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21 January 2015: Dinner Lecture – The Evolution of SE Standards and Practices

by Patrick Williams on January 23, 2015  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

After Action Report: The Evolution of SE Standards and Practices

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January 21st, 2015, saw many systems engineers brave the snow to attend INCOSE Chesapeake’s first Dinner Lecture of the year. Lockheed Martin Fellow Garry Roedler took the stage at JHU/APL’s Parsons auditorium, and delivered “The Evolution of SE Standards and Practices.” The presentation informed the audience on the latest movements towards process harmonization and standardization throughout the systems engineering industry.

Mr. Roedler spoke on what he dubs the “Technical Co-Evolution Model,” when describing the interplay between various systems engineering standards. Under this model, ongoing updates to ISO-15288, the INCOSE SE Handbook, and the Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK) “move things forward together.” Roedler gave an overview of the key additions to ISO-15288.2, work which initiated due to the findings of a gap analysis performed by the Defense Standardization Council. Here’s to the first quarter of 2015, which will see new installments of both ISO-15288 and the INCOSE SE Handbook.

As new standards project to ripple throughout industry, audience members were eager to ask questions following the presentation. The crowd wasn’t disappointed, as Roedler transferred his familiarity with the standardization efforts to those on hand. To learn more about the co-evolution process for SE standards, check out video below – as seen live back on January 21st.

Live Presentation


Photos from Event

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