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Wednesday, May 16 • 11:20am - 12:00pm
Social Content of Large-Scale Systems Engineering

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Discussions of systems engineering theory and practice usually focus on the technical tasks that are to be performed by systems engineers.  In this presentation, a set of socially-oriented tasks that are necessary to accomplish the systems engineering mission on a large-scale system development are described, and the need for the inclusion within the scope of the systems engineering function established.  Most importantly, the implications for technical practices are described; for example, the representations and views of a system used by the systems engineering function are asserted to have a critical role in the success of these social-oriented systems engineering tasks, and through them, on the success of the entire project.  The over-all impact on the systems engineering process of incorporating social aspects into the process and responsibilities are considered, and it is shown that the net effect is to increase the efficiency of the over-all process.  Because these techniques help to manage and counter the complexity inherent in such large-scale system developments, they therefore constitute an appropriate element of lean engineering.


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Neil Siegel

Neil Siegel is vice-president and chief engineer of Northrop Grumman’s Information Systems sector, and leads the sector’s Technology and Engineering activities.  His responsibilities include oversight of 14,000-plus engineering professionals, running the sector research portfolio ($200M+ / year), career development for the technical staff, and leading the development of engineering solutions for customers’ most complex... Read More →


Wednesday May 16, 2012 11:20am - 12:00pm
Harborview 3

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