A scattered global R&D footprint can lead to operational and strategic challenges. Here’s how Hub-Satellite-Outpost Framework can help.
Why do companies need to look at Eastern European countries for offshore center setup? What makes Eastern Europe a technology talent hotspot?
How crucial are the first 100 days of a new Global In-house Center for a Global Center Head? What can you learn from Lithium’s Jay Bhow’s journey so far?
How valuable is the global center for the HQ? Is there a way to measure the latter’s dependency on the former? That’s where Global Engineering helps.
Global Engineering 2.0 is the strategic approach to rebalance an organization’s current R&D footprint to support business objectives & enable newer investments.
Companies that navigate and respond to the dynamic market motions do so by outlining a robust global engineering strategy. Here’s why it’s imperative.