I worked my way around many parts of the lifecycle of a number of products. Production was fun and teams worked well together and acted like a family. Project transition was a great learning experience, but provided little growth opportunity, and Engineering development, though fascinating, was very limited to those without an engineering degree as the company does not have a PMO - Project Management Office. My hope for the company is that they will see the value in combining Technology Managers with Business Managers in order to allow the Engineering Managers to focus on their technical expertise, increasing creativity, quality, and efficiency and allow the Business Managers to maintain everything else within the lifecycle processes (scheduling, resource, scope, budget, and risk management). Partnering for success is key. Good Luck.