February Noontime Knowledge

In this prsentation, "Management Approaches and Strategy in High Volume Commercial Production and R&D Focused Low Rate Initial Production," Kayla Tawoda expertly navigates the contrasting realms of high-volume commercial production and low-rate, R&D-intensive initial production. She focuses on the efficiency, market-driven strategies critical for high-rate production, emphasizing rapid market entry and profitability. Simultaneously, Tawoda explores the nuanced world of low-rate production, often seen in strategic, long-term projects like national security, where innovation, compliance, and thorough testing are paramount. This session, led by Tawoda, is invaluable for professionals seeking to grasp the unique management tactics and strategic priorities essential in these diverse production project environments.

OBJECTIVES:

1) Comparative Analysis: Provide a detailed comparison of high-volume commercial production strategies versus low-rate, R&D-intensive production approaches.

2) Management Techniques: Offer insights into effective management tactics tailored for both high-volume and low-rate production environments.

3) Project Adaptation and Success Metrics: Discuss how to adapt project management styles to suit different production scales and define success metrics for each approach.

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Information

Type of category: Noontime Knowledge (Virtual)

Type of activity:

Date: February 9th, 2024

Hour: 12:00PM to 1:00PM

Number of PDUs: 1.0

Price

Students: Free

Members: Free

Non members: $25.00