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14 May 2016 Tutorial

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May 14, 2016

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

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Description:

Solving the Systems Engineering Puzzle

By:   Karl Geist, Senior Systems Engineer with ICI Services Corporation

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Presentation:  The presenter likens the Systems Engineering (SE) Process to a puzzle. When SE process steps are followed in the correct manner, they reveal the plan for development of a system. The challenge is assembling the pieces in the correct order. All tasking, whether successful or unsuccessful, has value if documented. There is no replacement for the SE experience of actual decision making and performance of tasking. This tutorial deals with experiences and lessons learned throughout the lifecycle from 40 years of developing systems and software for the Navy. The speaker will encourage audience participation to share additional insights related to their lessons learned.

Tutorial Cost: $20 if payment is received by May 8, 2016, $25 afterward.

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