What comes to mind when you think of engineering change control? Well, if you are a small shop with a few changes per month (or relatively straightforward products), then you might not see as many change orders. But if you are a highly engineered shop or sell custom products, you might receive change orders even after shipping your products. Heavy on change orders? Then you must need a formalized engineering change control process. Otherwise, you might struggle a lot. So what are the best practices of engineering change control?
In today's episode, we invited a panel of cross-functional experts for live interviews on LinkedIn who brings significant expertise to discuss Engineering Change Control best practices. We discussed the nuances of the engineering change control process for various industries and how form, fit, and function derives the ECM process. Finally, we covered several other concepts related to engineering change control such as revision number, reference designator, engineering change notices, and how compliance in several regulated industries might drive the engineering change control process.
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