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There is this classic rule: no matter how much money one pumps into a project could guarantee a design's success. It was stunning to watch super cars such as Ferrari 458 Italia getting engulfed in fire just because of a silly glue issue in their wheel assemblies
Had the Engineers got it correctly, 8 million customers wouldn't be crying today because of the Intel's Sandy Bridge chipset's SATA bug (P67 Motherboards). It will cost $1 Billion dollars to Intel for that Design error - sending over-voltage only to a single Transistor spelled the doom! Sadly, am an affected customer too.
So, that loop must happen every time at every organization which mainly designs and makes something best. Hope this helps in understanding a little more about the Rider/Engineer relationship.