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Encyclopaedia INCOSE

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Introduction

Cost-effectiveness measures are a similarly thorny
problem, also attracting much argument on the Discuss
list recently. How do you quantify the impact of mistakes
you haven’t made yet? The original Foresight Report to
the DTI attempted to explain this with the aid of examples
of bad and good Systems Engineering in the UK. If you’re
interested in following where this is going (perhaps for the
more strategically-minded amongst you), try looking at
http://www.foresight.gov.uk/default1024.htm.

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