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When Things Get Complex: Complex Systems, Challenges and Where to Focus

Software is on the rise. It is the number one topic in the development of new functions within the Automotive industry. The development of software is a constant challenge for OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers. What seems trivial at first glance turns out to be a much greater challenge than many people expect. Falling productivity, increasing communication, declining quality, constantly rising development costs and project delays are omnipresent. Learning from successful companies and industry thought leaders can highly assist in managing complex challenges.

Join McKinsey’s Senior expert, Georg Doll to learn more about the growing challenges of complexity currently experienced by developers of digital mobility technology. Find out how successful organizations have tackled these challenges with a holistic approach.

The webinar’s agenda:
-Future trends of automotive industry, the reasons why software is on the rise
-The implications of growing software trends, deepdive into complexity and challenges
-How to manage complexity: what are the key success factors that differentiate successful companies?
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Georg Doll | Senior Expert, McKinsey Digital Munich
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