New and Published Books
1-7 of 7 results in Complex and Enterprise Systems Engineering
Supplying a clear vision of how to build high-performance teams, Leadership in Chaordic Organizations presents methods for improving operations through the application of complex systems engineering principles and psychological counseling techniques. Ideal for systems engineers, organizational...
Published October 16th 2012 by Auerbach Publications
Advances in the Theory and Practice
Although usually well-funded, systems development projects are often late to market and over budget. Worse still, many are obsolete before they can be deployed or the program is cancelled before delivery. Clearly, it is time for a new approach. With coverage ranging from the complex characteristics...
Published July 18th 2010 by CRC Press
The Challenge of Systems Engineering in the Information Age
With their ability to cross traditional boundaries and achieve a level of functionality greater than their component elements, mega-systems have helped corporations and government organizations around the world resolve complex challenges that they otherwise couldn’t address with stand-alone systems...
Published July 14th 2010 by Auerbach Publications
The rapid evolution of technical capabilities in the systems engineering (SE) community requires constant clarification of how to answer the following questions: What is Systems Architecture? How does it relate to Systems Engineering? What is the role of a Systems Architect? How should Systems...
Published November 18th 2009 by Auerbach Publications
A Unifying Framework for Traditional and Complex Systems
Systems engineering (SE) is experiencing a significant expansion that encompasses increasingly complex systems. However, a common body of knowledge on how to apply complex systems engineering (CSE) has yet to be developed. A combination of people and other autonomous agents, crossing organization...
Published June 8th 2009 by Auerbach Publications
Foundations of Design in the Functional Domain
Without standardized construction elements such as nuts, bolts, bearings, beams, resistors and the like, the design of physical equipment is hopelessly inefficient, and engineers are continually bogged down with re-designing these elements over and over again. The same can be said for the domain of...
Published October 26th 2008 by Auerbach Publications
Case Studies in Enterprise Systems, Complex Systems, and System of Systems Engineering
To Be Published January 14th 2014
Systems Engineering Economics
To Be Published May 14th 2014