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System Engineering Deployment

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Title: System Engineering Deployment
Author: Jeffrey Grady
ISBN: 0849378397 / 9780849378393
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 480
Publisher: CRC Press
Year: 2000
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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System Engineering Deployment shows you how to make systems development work for your organization. It focuses on the deployment of the system engineering process that will propel your organization to excellence. The strategies covered will help organizations already using a systems approach fine tune their systems as well as giving organizations the tools to develop systems of their own. Topics include:
· enterprise knowledge
· organizational structure for work
· the jog system engineering method
· task cost and schedule estimating
The author focuses on the development of a quality systems approach into programs that can be used to develop an integrated master plan and schedules. The book provides the optimum marriage between specific program planning and a company's generic identity.
With System Engineering Deployment you can design an effective systems approach to perfection.

Provides techniques for creating the infrastructure of an organization
Includes strategies that organizations already successfully employing a systems approach can use to continually improve
Outlines factors affecting a systems environment, including natural environment, cooperating systems, non-cooperating systems, and hostile systems
Explains and defines the progress of man-made systems

INTRODUCTION
Where Are We Going?
System Defined
Systems Beget Systems
Creative vs. Canned Responses
The Current Plateau
New vs. Modified
The Book
THE HUMAN FOUNDATION FOR SYSTEM ENGINEERING
The Expanding Knowledge Base and its Effects
Knowledge Dimensions
Knowledge Bond
Knowledge and its Exchange
Individual vs. Group Work
Communication Facilitation and Facilitization
The Enterprise Knowledge Base
ENTERPRISE KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS AND THE FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION
The Knowledge Transform
Generic Knowledge Needs
Product Line Base
The Customer Base
Organizing Possibilities
Program Implementation through Teams
Building Modes
ENTERPRISE GENERIC PROCESS DEFINITION AND FUNCTIONAL ALLOCATION
The Ultimate Enterprise Functionality
First-Tier Functionality Expansion
The Marriage of Enterprise and System Functionality
Functionality Allocation
Lower-Tier Development Functionality
Formal Allocation of Functionality to the Functional Department Structure
FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION CHARTERS AND RELATIONS
Functional Department Formation
First-Tier Functional Departments
Expansion of the Functional Organizational Hierarchy and Charter Development
The Popular Knowledge Map
Program Knowledge Interfaces
Process Integration
GENERIC PRACTICES DOCUMENTATION
Enterprise Generic Documentation Tree
Practices Documentation Content and Responsibility
System Engineering Manual
External Standards Mapping
The Discipline for Process Compliance
Practices Deployment to Programs
Process Quality Assurance on Programs
Functional Metrics
Process Improvement
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE FOR WORK
Overview
The Two Axes
Team Structures
Team Formation and Staffing on Programs
IPT Work
PIT Activity
The PIT-IPT Team Matrix
PROGRAM COMMUNICATIONS
Communication Dichotomy
The Critical Nature of Communications
A Common Database
War Room Or Wall
Virtual Teams in Your Future
PRODUCT SYSTEM DEFINITION
System Development Process Overview
System Requirements Analysis
Architecture Syntheses
A General Theory of Structured Analysis
INTERFACE DEVELOPMENT IN A NEW WORLD
Interface Fundamentals
Interface Depiction
Terminal Responsibility
Interface Documentation
Traditional Management of Interface Development
Management of Interfaces Within the Context of Ownership Dynamics
International Effects
Summary
GENERIC PROGRAM PROCESS DEVELOPMENT
Aggregate Planning Goals
General Planning Data Structure
Program Planning Structure
Making the Transform Between Generic and Program Models
PROGRAM WORK DEFINITION AND INTEGRATION USING THE USAF INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
The Ultimate Requirement and Program Beginnings
Program Plan Tree
Know Thyself Though Generic Program Planning Data
Integrated Management System Overview
Generating the Six Primary Documents
Work Responsibility
Who Plans the Program?
A Generic SEM/SEMP for You
Rapid Identity Documentation
PROGRAM WORK DEFINITION AND INTEGRATION USING THE JOG SYSTEM ENGINEERING METHOD
Goals Again
Functional Structures
Program Structures
Mapping Generic Identity to Program Structures
Functional Department Mapping
The Apparent Disappearance of the SOW
Integration of Inputs into the IMP
Integrated Master Schedule (IMS)
TASK COST AND SCHEDULE ESTIMATING
The Three Principal Program Planning Parameters
Task Data Sheets
Estimate Improvement
How-To Knowledge Access
Knowledge Depth Differences
Sources
How-To Knowledge Dictionary
SYSTEM ENGINEERING TRAINING PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
Training Program Overview
Process Evaluation and Training Prioritization
The Low-Cost Lunch-Time Seminar
Local University Cooperation
Purchase of A Tailored Commercial Certificate Program
A System Engineering Help Window
SYSTEM ENGINEERING ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT
Is A Static Identity Adequate?
Procedures Media
Lessons Learned and Continuous Improvement
Performance Measurement Systems
Formal Post Mortem
Two-Dimensional Process Audit
External Maturity Models
MOTIVATION OF THE SYSTEMS APPROACH
The Logic is Not Accepted Everywhere
The Causes of Poor System Engineering Performance on Programs
Changing Manager Attitudes
Customer Demand for Improvement
Moving the Top Person's Attitude
The Workers
Need for Motivation
Closing
Appendix A, Enterprise Process Definition
Appendix B, Enterprise Organizational Structure
Appendix C, Enterprise System Engineering Practices Manual
Index

 
 
 
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