What devilish detail might kill your grand design? An example of connecting breadth and depth
We briefly look at some devilish details and their consequences.
We observe that there is a natural tendency to either zoom in on details, or to zoom out for a helicopter view.
We pose that it is the systems engineer's contribution to connect depth and breadth:
- to help experts to understand the broader context
- to help"helicopter pilots" to see details that must be taken into account
Later we discuss an example from the logistics world, a warehouse, to see how a systems engineer can make such connection.
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