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Transforming Systems Engineering Principles into Integrated Project Team Practice

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System Engineering Essence

It reviews how systems engineering entered the technical and managerial consciousness of organisations, and evolving into the present-day status. It then postulates steps of discipline maturity of which can be appraised; now and as it continues to evolve. It calibrates present day systems engineering against these criteria and argues that, despite persistent and often-voiced concerns, its current status gives rise to reassurance and optimism.

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2008-01
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379
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Introduction

Systems Engineering is concerned with combining the technological dissimilar in order to achieve functional unity, purpose and benefit. It arises out of the wide variety of interventions and interactions make over a range of levels and structural detail.

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Stuart Arnold
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