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1 INCOSE Tech Board Advancing the State-of-the-Art In Systems Engineering by Dr. John Snoderly Chair, INCOSE Technical Board Thursday, August 9, 2000

2 An international body comprised of leading organizations and experts contributing to the body of knowledge on systems engineering An organization whose leadership and members are recognized as having the highest expertise to solve systems problems A contributing partner in strategic alliances with other professional societies and leading universities worldwide A center of competence for research, theory, and practices applied to systems challenges INCOSE is the worlds premier engineering professional society for enabling holistic solutions to problems and needs

3 WHY is INCOSE Needed ? Is the world of SE in trouble today? How would you know? What are some recent examples that point out a lack of SE?

4 DoD SE Problems USAF Urges F-22 Production Without Test- …ready to move into its production phase even if an important software milestone, which legally must be reached first, is not passed*USAF Urges F-22 Production Without Test- …ready to move into its production phase even if an important software milestone, which legally must be reached first, is not passed* Software Pushes Up JSF Price Tag to $31 Million - …Marketplace changes, the software went straight up. Turns out it was more for software than we thought.*Software Pushes Up JSF Price Tag to $31 Million - …Marketplace changes, the software went straight up. Turns out it was more for software than we thought.* …A draft report from the GAO, a government watchdog agency here, charges that the JSF program is rushing to the engineering manufacturing and development stage before critical technologies have matured.*…A draft report from the GAO, a government watchdog agency here, charges that the JSF program is rushing to the engineering manufacturing and development stage before critical technologies have matured.* Integrating JSF engine-control software with avionics software has proven challenging.*Integrating JSF engine-control software with avionics software has proven challenging.* *Defense news April 10, 2000

5 It Could Be That The Purpose of Your Life is Only to Serve As A Warning To Others.

6 From the Mars Climate Orbiter Mishap Investigation Board Phase I Report: Absence of a mission systems engineer during the operations phase to provide the bridge between the spacecraft system, the instrument system and the ground/operations system.Absence of a mission systems engineer during the operations phase to provide the bridge between the spacecraft system, the instrument system and the ground/operations system. Lack of identification of acceptable risk by the operations team in the context of the Faster, Better, Cheaper philosophy.Lack of identification of acceptable risk by the operations team in the context of the Faster, Better, Cheaper philosophy. Navigation requirements set at too high a management level, insufficient flowdown of requirements and inadequate validation of these requirements.Navigation requirements set at too high a management level, insufficient flowdown of requirements and inadequate validation of these requirements. Several significant system and subsystem design and development issues, uncovered after the launch of the Mars Climate OrbiterSeveral significant system and subsystem design and development issues, uncovered after the launch of the Mars Climate Orbiter Inadequate attention, within the system engineering process, to the transition from development to operations.Inadequate attention, within the system engineering process, to the transition from development to operations.

7 From the Wide-field Infrared Explorer Mishap Investigation Board Report (Briefing by Darrell Branscome, Board Chair): Detailed, independent technical peer reviews are essential. Furthermore, it is essential that peer reviews be done to assess the integrity of the system design, including an evaluation of system/mission consequences of the detailed design and implementation.Detailed, independent technical peer reviews are essential. Furthermore, it is essential that peer reviews be done to assess the integrity of the system design, including an evaluation of system/mission consequences of the detailed design and implementation. Perform electronics power turn-on characterization tests, particularly for applications involving irreversible events.Perform electronics power turn-on characterization tests, particularly for applications involving irreversible events. Test for correct functional behavior and test for anomalous behavior, especially during initial turn-on and power-on reset conditions.Test for correct functional behavior and test for anomalous behavior, especially during initial turn-on and power-on reset conditions.

8 From Lewis Spacecraft Mission Failure Investigation Board Report: Especially in Faster, Better, Cheaper projects, communication of decisions to senior NASA and contractor management is essential to successful program implementation.Especially in Faster, Better, Cheaper projects, communication of decisions to senior NASA and contractor management is essential to successful program implementation. Requirements changes without adequate resource adjustments indirectly contributed to the failure.Requirements changes without adequate resource adjustments indirectly contributed to the failure. Inadequate engineering discipline indirectly contributed to the failure.Inadequate engineering discipline indirectly contributed to the failure. The Government and the contractor must be clear on the mutual roles and responsibilities of all parties, including the level of reviews and what is required of each side and each participant in the Integrated Product Development Team.The Government and the contractor must be clear on the mutual roles and responsibilities of all parties, including the level of reviews and what is required of each side and each participant in the Integrated Product Development Team.

9 From Boeing Mission Assurance Review*, Final Briefing, Nov. 18, 1999: Strengthen Systems Engineering. …Develop robust interface between systems engineering and development of hardware, software, and integrated testing.Strengthen Systems Engineering. …Develop robust interface between systems engineering and development of hardware, software, and integrated testing. Ensure engineering accountability from design through post-flight analysis. Design engineering presence, oversight, and approval of first-time issuances and subsequent changes… Assure adequate/formal communication exists between engineering and manufacturing…Ensure engineering accountability from design through post-flight analysis. Design engineering presence, oversight, and approval of first-time issuances and subsequent changes… Assure adequate/formal communication exists between engineering and manufacturing… Boeing should establish an internal Independent Mission Assurance Team; increase independent reviews at all levels throughout the life of the program…Boeing should establish an internal Independent Mission Assurance Team; increase independent reviews at all levels throughout the life of the program… *Independent committee headed by Dr. Sheila Widnall, former Secretary of the Air Force reviewed the Delta II, Delta III, Delta IV and Inertial Upper Stage programs, and company's role as a subcontractor building Titan IV parts..

10 From Boeing Mission Assurance Review, Final Briefing, Nov. 18, Rethink opportunities for enhanced flight instrumentation. Review … flight instrumentation to ensure adequate information to identify design unknowns and provide a quantitative basis for continuous improvement. Compare flight data to analytical predictions. Trend analysis for identification of out of family performance…Rethink opportunities for enhanced flight instrumentation. Review … flight instrumentation to ensure adequate information to identify design unknowns and provide a quantitative basis for continuous improvement. Compare flight data to analytical predictions. Trend analysis for identification of out of family performance… Configure … strong reliability/quality culture which should result in lower costs, on-time delivery, and increased satisfaction for all customers… Simplify and supplement the design engineering and manufacturing processes into a zero-defects paradigm…Configure … strong reliability/quality culture which should result in lower costs, on-time delivery, and increased satisfaction for all customers… Simplify and supplement the design engineering and manufacturing processes into a zero-defects paradigm… Invoke a more rigorous risk management process at all levels…Invoke a more rigorous risk management process at all levels…

11 From the Faster, Better, Cheaper Study (Briefing by Tony Spear): NASA must pick capable PMs. PMs should be certified.NASA must pick capable PMs. PMs should be certified. Important to communicate project risks to project team, senior management, and to the public. PMs should project a risk profile or risk signature at start of project, monitor for changes over life of project and explain them.Important to communicate project risks to project team, senior management, and to the public. PMs should project a risk profile or risk signature at start of project, monitor for changes over life of project and explain them. Peer reviews must include the right people.Peer reviews must include the right people. For a lander mission, its important to have telemetry on spacecraft descent.For a lander mission, its important to have telemetry on spacecraft descent. PMs must pick capable project teams. Certification of project team members should be considered.PMs must pick capable project teams. Certification of project team members should be considered.

12 Stupidity Quitters Never Win, Winners Never Quit, Those Who Never Win AND Never Quit Are Idiots

13 How will INCOSE play a leadership role in shaping the art and practice of systems engineering over the next decade and beyond? Critical Success Factors Strategic Priorities Focus Areas and Initiatives Accomplishments for 2000

14 Critical Success Factors A shared vision for INCOSE's future Clearly defined and communicated priorities A collaborative and open leadership team Strategic/operating plan with feasible investment profiles Measurements used effectively by all leaders Commitment by all leadership to take action on plans

15 How does INCOSE Advance the SE State of the Art? Through innovative INCOSE Technical Board Products & ServicesThrough innovative INCOSE Technical Board Products & Services Provide Products and services by INCOSE Working Groups & Interests GroupsProvide Products and services by INCOSE Working Groups & Interests Groups ExamplesExamples

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18 Tech Board Chair Goals for 2000 Revitalize the Technical Board Membership by expanding more efforts into the ChaptersRevitalize the Technical Board Membership by expanding more efforts into the Chapters Organize our structure and activities to be in accordance with the 2000 Strategic PlanOrganize our structure and activities to be in accordance with the 2000 Strategic Plan Identify, develop, provide, and continually improve a diverse and expanding set of products and services that meet or exceed the expectations or our INCOSE customers. Strive to create new and innovative products and services.Identify, develop, provide, and continually improve a diverse and expanding set of products and services that meet or exceed the expectations or our INCOSE customers. Strive to create new and innovative products and services.

19 Technical Committees Hierarchy Diagram Technical Board Technical Board Measurement Technical Committee Measurement TechnicalCommitteesTechnicalCommittees Process & Methods Technical Committee Process & Methods Technical Committee Standards Standards Modeling & Tools Technical Committee Modeling & Tools Technical Committee SE Management Technical Committee SE Management Technical Committee Education & Research Technical Committee Education & Research Technical Committee SE Applications Technical Committee SE Applications Technical Committee Education Development Working Group Education Development Working Group Concepts & Terms Working Group Concepts & Terms Working Group Education Measurements Working Group Education Measurements Working Group Capability Assessment Working Group Capability Assessment Working Group Measurement Working Group Measurement Working Group Comm & Public Internet Working Group Comm & Public Internet Working Group Facilities SE Working Group Facilities SE Working Group Resource Mgmt. Working Group Resource Mgmt. Working Group Telecommunications. Working Group Telecommunications. Working Group Joint Comm. Aircraft Working Group Joint Comm. Aircraft Working Group Environmental Restoration & Waste Mgmt. Interest Group Environmental Restoration & Waste Mgmt. Interest Group Health Care Interest Group Health Care Interest Group Motor Vehicles. Interest Group Motor Vehicles. Interest Group Railway Transportation Interest Group Railway Transportation Interest Group Principles Working Group Principles Working Group Architecture Working Group Architecture Working Group SE Internet Processes Interest Group SE Internet Processes Interest Group Human Factors Interest Group Human Factors Interest Group Reengineering Interest Group Reengineering Interest Group Design Processes Interest Group Design Processes Interest Group Tools Database Working Group Tools Database Working Group Tools Integration Working Group Tools Integration Working Group Soft Systems Interest Group Soft Systems Interest Group Model-Driven System Design Working Group Model-Driven System Design Working Group Requirements Working Group Requirements Working Group Risk Management Working Group Risk Management Working Group SE Mgmt Methodology Working Group SE Mgmt Methodology Working Group Standards & Handbooks Working Group Standards & Handbooks Working Group Verification & Validation Interest Group Verification & Validation Interest Group Configuration Mgmt. Interest Group Configuration Mgmt. Interest Group Systems & Supportability Interface Research Working Group (SECOE) Systems & Supportability Interface Research Working Group (SECOE) 1.2

20 Chapters - Technical Board Combined Efforts Positive Steps taken for cooperative effortsPositive Steps taken for cooperative efforts Potential Funding of Special Projects By ChaptersPotential Funding of Special Projects By Chapters –EIA AP233 UML Effort –GEIA G-47

21 FAILURE When your best just isnt good enough.

22 Technical Committee Model Collaborations Education & Research SE Applications Measurement Modeling & Tools Process & Methods StandardsSE Management 1.4 Professional Organizations -- Name -- Contact -- Relationship Academic Organizations Industry Organizations -- Name -- Contact -- Relationship -- Name -- Contact -- Relationship FAA ISO NIST SEI Tools vendors Company Etc. UNLV U of MD CMU GMU Etc. AIAA ACM EIA IEEE SAE Etc. Collaboration Between Technical Committee Working and Interest Groups CollaborationBetweenOutside Organizations and Technical Committees SoLE U of Md ISO/IEC * * ISO APP233 Tools Vendors IEEE ECBS IEEE P1471 CAWG Requirements WG Risk Management WG Tools DB WG Requirements & SE Mgmt.WGs CAWG S&SIR WG System Architecture (SA) WG As Required Meas. WG Universities: Data on SE Programs Meas. WG Review Standards * Special Assignment SA WG IT/ISEE Soft Systems Methodology Principles IG Requirements WG Concepts & Terms WG AIAA (pending)

23 Outside Services -- Authorized Vendor -- Service reqd Administrative Committees -- Members -- Charter -- Products -- Services CAB -- Membership -- Affiliation Legal -- Vendors -- advising -- other Professional Organizations -- AIAA -- SAE -- IEEE -- FAA Academic Organizations -- UNLV -- U of MD -- Virginia Tech -- GMU -- U of AZ Technical Board -- Membership -- Charter -- Products Technical Committees -- Membership -- Charter -- Products Working Group -- Membership -- Charter -- Services -- Work Products Interest Group -- Membership -- Charter -- Services Web -- Vendor -- Server -- Data Publishing -- Vendor -- Printing -- Binding -- Distribution Advertising -- Vendors -- Copy -- Marketing -- research INCOSE Membership - members Communi- cations -- Membership -- Charter -- Products -- Services Chapters -- Membership -- Charter -- Services Member- ship -- Membership -- Charter -- Products -- Services Symposium -- Membership -- Charter -- Services Ways & Means -- Membership -- Charter -- Services -- Products Officers -- Membership -- Contact Info Committee Members -- Membership -- Contact info Chapters -- Member ID -- Mail list -- Web URL INCOSE Members -- Member Name -- Member ID -- Address -- Phone -- Directs Collaborates With Provided to Collaborates With Authorizes new Committee Request to OrganizeCoordinates Services Serves Organize * * * * * * 1 ** * Other -- Vendor -- Other Collaborates With System Object Model INCOSE Organization: Technical Committee ++ + Technical Committees (System of Interest) + BOD -- Membership -- Affiliation Directs 1 1 New Committee -- Membership -- Charter -- Services -- Products + 1 or more * 0 or more relationship any or all all Legend: 1.3 International Workshop? EIA/ISO/IE C Liaison? Regional Conference?

24 INSIGHT Magazine for July Reports from INCOSEs Technical Board, Technical Committees and Working Groups

25 Education & Research Technical Committee Education Development Working Group Concepts & Terms Working Group Systems & Supportability Interface Research Working Group Education Measurement Working Group Data on SE Programs (Collaboration with Academic Organizations) Education & Research Technical Committee Database of Educational Programs for SE Glossary of Terms and Concepts SE Education Environment Con-Ops SE Competency Profiles Research Reports Advance the state of the art and practice of Systems Engineering through Education and research. Dennis Buede, Phil Brown Stephen Cook Contacts: TB 1.1

26 Education and Research Technical Committee Charter: Products & Services: Enablers: Chair:Co-Chair:Co-Chair: Education Development Working Group Education Development Working Group Define and develop databases that describe educational opportunities at undergraduate and graduate level of systems engineering that can be used as a guide for formal academic programs at all levels. Database of Educational Programs for Systems Engineers Collaboration with Academic Organizations Products & Services Enablers Inputs Dennis Buede, , Data on SE Programs Request for Data on SE Programs Inputs: Data on SE Programs Database of Educational Programs for Systems Engineers 1.1

27 Charter: Products & Services: Enablers: Chair:Co-Chair:Co-Chair: Concepts & Terms Working Group Concepts & Terms Working Group Glossary of Concepts and terms Products & Services Enablers Inputs Sten Dahlberg, , Wolt Fabrycky, , Wayne Wymore, , Education and Research Technical Committee Define and document the conceptual foundations of Systems Engineering within the framework of a common set of terms with definitions to support more effective communications of Systems Engineering. Glossary of Concepts and terms Inputs: 1.1

28 Charter: Products & Services: Enablers: Chair:Co-Chair:Co-Chair: Education Measurement Working Group Education Measurement Working Group To assist and make Systems Engineering education a proven, value-added activity that matures in a systematic manner. Products & Services Enablers Inputs Peter Sydenham, , Rob Leibrandt, , Education and Research Technical Committee Inputs: SE Education Environment Con-Ops SE Competency Profiles SE Education Environment Con-Ops SE Competency Profiles 1.1

29 Charter: Products & Services: Inputs & Enablers: Chair:Co-Chair:Co-Chair: Systems and Supportability Interface Research Working Group Systems and Supportability Interface Research Working Group To research cause and effect relationships that link system architectural and design decisions to impacts on system operational effectiveness and life-cycle cost in an increasingly competitive and resource constrained environment. Research Reports; white papers; List of Educational Training Offers; Proposed Curricula Critique; Theme Issue of Insight; Propose Curricula; Identify Thesis Topics within Methods, Process and Metrics Applied to Design for Supportability Within SE Products & Services Enablers Inputs Wolt Fabrycky, , Dinesh Verma, , Education and Research Technical Committee Inputs: Research Reports Collaborations with * Architecture WG * Design Process IG * Compatibility Assessment WG * Measurement WG Collaboration with Society of Logistics Engineers (SOLE) Masters Degree Students Other WG/Igs SOLE Members of the WG Problem Statements Information from Other WG/IGs and SOLE Curricula for SE and Logistics Education Pgms. and Symposia Published Literature 1.2

30 Systems Engineering Applications Technical Committee Commercial & Public Interest Working Group Resource Management Working Group Telecommunications Working Group Facilities SE Working Group Systems Engineering Applications Technical Committee SEAP Document Facilitate the formation and operation of working and interest groups whose purpose is to examine systems engineering within specific application domains and across domains. TB Contacts: Joint Commercial Aircraft Working Group Motor Vehicles Interest Group Railway Transportation Interest Group Environmental Restoration & Waste Mgmt. Interest Group Health Care Interest Group Bill Mackey, , Scott Jackson, , Data on SE Programs (Collaboration with Academic Organizations) 1.1

31 Systems Engineering Applications Technical Committee Charter: Products & Services: Enablers: Chair:Co-Chair:Co-Chair: Commercial & Public Interest Working Group Commercial & Public Interest Working Group Facilitate the introduction and use of systems engineering principles, techniques, and practices to application domains in industry, government, and academia. Provide a forum for growing a nucleus of persons in a specific application domain. Products & Services Enablers Inputs Mark Austin, , SEAP Document University of Maryland Web page of same University of Maryland Web page Collaboration with Academic Organizations SEAP Document 1.1

32 Commercial Aircraft Guiidebook DRAFT Framework for the Application of Systems Engineering in the Commercial Aircraft Domain Version 1.1 Jun 15, 2000 Draft Circulated for comment July 00

33 Measurement Technical Committee Capability Assessment Working Group Measurement Working Group Measurement Technical Committee Create, coordinate, and disseminate methods to measure systems engineering, including best examples of those measurements. Sarah Sheard, John Worl, , Contacts: TB 1.1

34 Modeling & Tools Technical Committee Tools Database Working Group Soft Systems Interest Group Tools Integration & Interoperability Working Group Data on SE Tools (Collaboration with Professional Organizations, Tool Vendors, & Other WGs) Modeling and Tools Technical Committee Advance the state of the practice of Systems Engineering through the use of tools and models. Mark Sampson, , x215, Contacts: TB Integrated System Engineering Environment Tools Database (on INCOSE web site) Modeling Position Papers Symposium Panels Scenarios to ISO AP233 WG Requests for ISEE Support ISO AP233 Outputs ISEE Support WG Responses SE Standards: ANSI/EIA 632 EIA/IS 731 ISO IEEE 1220 Data Requests to Tool Vendors Requirement Requests to WGs TBD Tools Taxonomy Mapping of ISEE functions to Tools Taxonomy Model-Driven System Design Working Group Legend Non-italicized = Existing info flow Italicized = Planned info flow Bold Italicized = Needed info flow 1.3 Data on soft and other methods, Contacts with related organisations

35 Charter: Products & Services: Enablers: Chair:Co-Chair:Co-Chair: Tools Database Working Group Tools Database Working Group Deliver a tools comparison/information database for Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) and Government Off-The-Shelf (GOTS) systems engineering tools. Collaboration with Industry and Academia Products & Services Enablers Inputs Bill McMulen, , TBD Modeling And Tools Technical Committee Inputs: Tool Integration WG, Req. Mgt. WG, Measurement WG, SA WG, General Public (via , Newsgroups, Tool Vendor Survey responses INCOSE Web Site hosting, monthly web metrics Annual Req. Management, System Architecting and Measurement tool vendor surveys and summaries posted to website COTS and GOTS tools listed by name and vendor. Tool mapping to EIA-632, IEEE-1220 processes and IMPIG WG Tool Taxonomy. Generate articles for Insight publication on WG Activities. General Public 1.2

36 Charter: Products & Services: Enablers: Co-Chair:Co-Chair: Tools Integration & Interoperability Working Group Tools Integration & Interoperability Working Group Foster productivity and quality of systems engineering through integrated tools and environments. Collaboration with Tool Vendors on I&I issues Jim Schier, x4400, John Nallon, x220, Modeling And Tools Technical Committee Inputs: Scenarios to ISO AP233 Integrated System Engineering Environment, multi-volume set ISO AP233 Outputs ISEE Support WG Responses SEDRES Outputs SE Standards: ANSI/EIA 632 EIA/IS 731 ISO IEEE 1220 SE Process standards including: ANSI/EIA 632, EIA/IS 731, ISO 15288, IEEE 1220 Collaboration with Academia & Industry on IT Requests to WGs for ISEE Support ISO AP233 Outputs -- products generated by ISO AP233 committee and/or SEDRES-2 project ISEE Support WG Responses -- scenarios, requirements, & comments on ISEE drafts as requested by TIIWG from Reqts, Measurement, Risk Mgmt, SE Mgmt, V&V, Architecture, & MDSD WGs Scenarios to ISO AP AP233 protocol for exchange of data between tools, release planned by May Scenarios published to-date, 6 in review, 4 in draft. Integrated System Engineering Environment, multi-volume set -- planned definition of conops and requirements for next-generation integrated tool environment for engineering a system. 1.2

37 MDSD 5-Year Technical Plan Research Results Public Results Dissemination Charter: Products & Services: Enablers: Co-Chair:Co-Chair:Co-Chair: Model-Driven System Design Working Group Model-Driven System Design Working Group Characterize model driven system design and identify transition strategies from present document-driven approaches. (See 1996 INCOSE Symposium Paper for more detail) IEEE Technical Committee on Engineering Computer-Based Systems MDSD 5-year Technical Plan MDSD Charter Approval Brighton Workshop Results Legacy Information Standards (e.g., 731, P1220, ISO Symposium Paper (what we mean by document driven) Bob Cohen, , Howard Lykins, , Modeling And Tools Technical Committee Inputs: Research results including (1) Information Model of Models; (2) UML for SE; (3) Review of AP-233; (4) MDSD connection to other process improvement; (5) Modeling Lessons Learned. Technical Plan ; (6) Process for MDSD. Service: INCOSE Technical Operations Model (I.e., this); MDSD 5-year Technical Plan MDSD Charter Approval Brighton Workshop Results Legacy Information Standards (e.g., 731, P1220, ISO Symposium Paper (what we mean by document driven) 1.3

38 Charter: Products & Services: Enablers: Chair:Co-Chair:Co-Chair: Soft Systems Interest Group Soft Systems Interest Group Products & Services Enablers Inputs Allen Fairbairn Modeling And Tools Technical Committee Inputs: Our aim is to complement and augment all aspects of hard SE with soft systems methodology and other, related techniques for understanding and evolving systems. Our scope encompasses the entire range of behaviours, beliefs, and values that are implicit in the additional ways of thinking and acting, especially those influenced or determined by human stakeholders, encapsulating these in a helpful and useful manner. Initially, we will list and describe all known soft systems and other, related techniques. An associated bibliography will be produced, together with a schedule of known tools and methodologies. Ultimately, we will attempt to encapsulate and map these in a useful manner to existing SE practices. However, an initial task of describing SSM - the soft systems methodology of Checkland - and its relation to SE practices has been set with a target of Minneapolis 2000 for first completion. We will be relying on the contributions of those who have registered an initial interest in the group (45+) to provide the listings, descriptions and other information. We have a forum site already established at We will pass tools and related information to the Tools Database WG. We will seek to contact & work with relevant groups both within and outside of INCOSE. 1.3

39 Standards Technical Committee Standards Technical Committee Standards Technical Committee Encourage, guide, and assess INCOSEs participation in standards activities, coordinate INCOSEs review of standards, and disseminate information on standards and standardization activities. James Martin, John Velman, , Ralf Hartmann, (49) , Contacts: TB See next page 1.1

40 Standards Technical Committee Charter: Products & Services: Enablers: Chair:Co-Chair:Co-Chair: Standards Technical Committee Standards Encourage, guide, and assess INCOSE's participation in standards activities; coordinate INCOSE's review of standards; and disseminate information on standards and standardization activities. Articles on Standards Activities. Position Papers on Proposed Standards Liaison appointments to standards activities. Coordinate reviews of draft standards Communicate INCOSE position on standards Coordinate TC/WG/IG participation in standards activities. Facilitate INCOSE use of standards in WG/IG work. Facilitate industry use of standards. INCOSE Policies Review Procedures Decisions Guidelines Collaboration with Industry and Academia Products & Services Enablers Requests for participation Requests for review Inputs James Martin , John Velman, , Ralf Hartmann, (49) , Inputs: 1.1

41 Establishment of Liaisons for Standards Definition of Liaison - A linking up or connecting of the parts of a whole, as of military units, in order to bring about proper coordination of activities* Robert Halligan SC-7 Liaison for David Oliver AP-233 Liaison Richard Harwell EIA/G-47 Liaison * Webster New World Dictionary

42 Process & Methods Technical Committee Principles Working Group Reengineering Working Group System Architecture Working Group Process & Methods Technical Committee Create, coordinate, and disseminate technical processes and methods used in the definition, development, and support of systems. TB Contacts: Systems Engineering Internet Processes Interest Group Human Systems Interest Group Design Processes Interest Group Dick Wray, , Jerry Fisher, , Ken Jackson, (44) , 1.1

43 SE Handbook Update Handbook currently being reviewed.

44 SE Management Technical Committee Requirements Working Group SE Management Methodology Working Group Risk Management Working Group SE Management Technical Committee Create, coordinate, and disseminate engineering management methods that apply to the definition, development, and support of systems. TB Contacts: Configuration Management Interest Group Verification & Validation Interest Group Jim Armstrong, , Paul Davies, +(44) , Elaine Hall, , Standards & Handbooks Working Group 1.1

45 Charter: Products & Services: Enablers: Chair:Co-Chair:Co-Chair: Requirements Working Group Requirements Create a source for the best methods for defining, communicating, and managing requirements. Collaboration with Industry and Academia Products & Services Enablers Inputs David Jones, , James van Gaasbeek, , David Corrall, (44) , Inputs: SE Management Technical Committee (New Information) Interfaces required to other WGs/Igs: MDSD WG (Requirements Mgmt Model, process and information modeling), Concepts & Terms WG (Requirements Definition & Categorization), Capability Assessment WG, Measurement WG (Metrics on Requirements Completeness, Tools Database WG (RM Tools), Architecture WG, SE Management Methodology WG, Principles WG) INCOSE RWG Website on RWG Activities Requirements Management Guidebook RWG Paper on When is a Requirement Set Complete? Guide on Concept of Operations (CONOPs) development Requirements Development Process Executable Model Five (5) Information Papers on Website: (1) Writing Good Requirements (2) Characteristics of Good Requirements (3) Interfacing Management Tools (4) What is a Requirement (5) Factors Influencing Requirements Mgmt. Toolset Selection Requests for Participation Collaboration with Other INCOSE Working Groups and/or Interest Groups INCOSE Policies (Control) Technical Committee Direction and Guidance (Control) INCOSE Standards (e.g., ISO, EIA, etc.) INCOSE Strategic Plan 1.2

46 Technical Committee Model Work Products of the Technical Committees Education & Research SE Applications Measurement Modeling & Tools Process & Methods Standards SE Management Database of Educational Database of Educational Programs for SE Programs for SE Glossary of Terms and Concepts Glossary of Terms and Concepts SE Education Environment Con-Ops SE Education Environment Con-Ops SE Competency Profiles SE Competency Profiles Research Reports & Critiques Research Reports & Critiques Thesis Topics Thesis Topics Training offers Training offers Insight Theme Issue Insight Theme Issue Papers Papers SE Applications Profiles Doc., Versions 1, 2, 2a, 3 SE Applications Profiles Doc., Versions 1, 2, 2a, 3 SEAP Writing Guide SEAP Writing Guide Multi-level WG Participation Plan Multi-level WG Participation Plan SEAP Domain Template SEAP Domain Template Insight Theme Issues (Sum 98, Sum 99) Insight Theme Issues (Sum 98, Sum 99) Comm. Aircraft Industry Applications Guidebook Comm. Aircraft Industry Applications Guidebook Telecommunications Industry Applications Guidebook Telecommunications Industry Applications Guidebook Resource Mgmt Seminar Resource Mgmt Seminar Env. Waste Mgmnt. Seminar Env. Waste Mgmnt. Seminar Panels and Papers Panels and Papers ???? Tools Database & taxonomy (on INCOSE Website) Tools Database & taxonomy (on INCOSE Website) Tool Vendor Surveys & Summaries Tool Vendor Surveys & Summaries Tools Mappings to Selected Standards Tools Mappings to Selected Standards 5-year Technical Plan 5-year Technical Plan Information Model of Models Information Model of Models Modeling Lessons Learned Modeling Lessons Learned Review of AP-233/Scenarios to AP-233 Review of AP-233/Scenarios to AP-233 Integrated Systems Engineering Environment (ISEE) Document Integrated Systems Engineering Environment (ISEE) Document UML for SE UML for SE INCOSE Tech-ops Model INCOSE Tech-ops Model Panels and Papers Panels and Papers Soft Systems Methodology (SSM) Description Soft Systems Methodology (SSM) Description SSM Website SSM Website Metrics Primer (on INCOSE Website) Metrics Primer (on INCOSE Website) ?? ?? SE Handbook (on INCOSE website) SE Handbook (on INCOSE website) SE Architecture Primer SE Architecture Primer P1471 Recommended Practices for Architectural Description (draft) with IEEE P1471 Recommended Practices for Architectural Description (draft) with IEEE Human Systems Appendix to SE Handbook Human Systems Appendix to SE Handbook Principles Paper Principles Paper Website Website INCOSE Standards Positions INCOSE Standards Positions Standards Review Coordination and Results Publication Standards Review Coordination and Results Publication Requirements Management Guidebook Requirements Management Guidebook Requirements Development Process Executable Model Requirements Development Process Executable Model Requirements WG Website Requirements WG Website SE Management Case Studies ReportSE Management Case Studies Report SE Management Planning Guidance SE Management Planning Guidance ?? ?? 1.4

47 Proposed INCOSE SE BoK

48 Advantage –Format widely accepted –Significant similarity and overlap with PMI and ISO models –Integration with other disciplines is simplified –Broad perspective is useful for many –Simplified update over a comprehensive document Disadvantages –Not comprehensive in the near to intermediate term thus requiring multiple references –Format May reduce likelihood of SE BoK becoming a standard –Requires constant monitoring of references Proposed INCOSE SE BoK similar to PMI-PM BoK and ISO-SE BoK

49 SE BoK Migration Strategy PM BoK EIA 632 EIA 731 ISO P15288 SE Handbook ISO SE BoK INCOSE SE BoK INCOSE/ISO SE BoK EIA 632 EIA 731 ISO P15288 SE Handbook 2-3 year cycle to INCOSE SE BoK Referenced in INCOSE SE BoK Direct linkage to INCOSE SE BoK ISO SE BoK ? year cycle ISO SE BoK and/or adoption of INCOSE SE BoK

50 PMBOK Comments 29June 2000 To: PMI Standards Program From: International Council on Systems Engineering Subject: INCOSE Review of the PMBOK Guide Exposure Draft (2000 Edition ) The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is pleased to have had the opportunity to review the 2000 Edition Exposure Draft of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide). INCOSE strongly supports the continued development leading to publication of this document as a guide for the development of products and services. INCOSE represents over 3500 members worldwide who are interested in cost-effective development of complex systems. The success or failure of projects is highly dependent on how the complexity is handled in the systems under development. Systems engineering as a discipline provides the special techniques and the required rigor that greatly increases the probability of success. We recognize that good project management is the key to successful systems development and that project management relies on systems engineering to manage the technical aspects of systems development. INCOSE has developed several documents relevant to the practice of systems engineering that should be referenced in the PMBOK Guide as a resource for project managers. For example, we have developed a Systems Engineering Handbook. We are in the process of developing a SE Body of Knowledge (SEBOK). We hope that INCOSE can enlist the support of the Project Management Institute in the development of the SEBOK since there is a tight coupling between systems management and project management. For further information, please see INCOSE has three main issues with the current draft of the PMBOK Guide: )Lack of multi-disciplinary, integrated project teams. )Lack of technical management to plan and control the technical aspects of a project. )Inadequate coverage of life cycle phases. These issues are addressed in more detail in the Attachment to this letter. Because of the complex nature of these issues, it was not possible to provide detailed proposals for changes or additions to the PMBOK Guide. We wish to offer the services of INCOSE to assist the PMI Standards Program in developing the material for inclusion in either this or future editions of the PMBOK Guide. Overall, INCOSE considers that the PMBOK Guide provides a sound foundation for project management in general, and one that can further evolve to encompass the development of complex systems as well. We look forward to working with the PMI on further development of the PMBOK Guide and hope that you will consider working with us on the development of the SEBOK. Sincerely, Dr. John Snoderly Chairman, Technical Board International Council on Systems Engineering

51 TB Realignment First initial steps at mapping Donnas Strategic plan to TB - Continue at IS 2000First initial steps at mapping Donnas Strategic plan to TB - Continue at IS 2000 Moving in the Direction of increased emphasis on market driven products within areas of interest.Moving in the Direction of increased emphasis on market driven products within areas of interest. Realignment of TB Structure - continue with Tech Board at IS 2000Realignment of TB Structure - continue with Tech Board at IS 2000 Positive changes to be formulated at IS 2000Positive changes to be formulated at IS 2000

52 It is not enough to say what we want to achieve….we need to engineer it! Use Scenario Based Planning to develop INCOSE Master Plan….. –define end-states and events to derive alternative scenarios of the future –evaluate viability of events/outcomes, comparing new thinking with prior history and root causes of past failures –select best-fit scenarios and refine into event driven roadmaps, and overlay resources/investment

53 By Year End 2000….. Publication of first INCOSE Annual Report A knowledge asset released by 80% of WG/IGs Membership drive conducted for known market with 10% growth increase by YE2000 A new chapter established in each region A full election ballot -- at least 2 candidates per office Publication of INCOSE Master Plan –Well-defined priorities –Event-driven roadmaps with viable investment plan –Realistic growth profile, with action plan for retention and gaining new membership –Leadership structure transition plan

54 How will you play a leadership role in shaping the art and practice of systems engineering over the next decade and beyond?


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