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Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering by Eric Rebentisch

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LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1‐1 The SpaceX facility in Hawthorne, California, USA brings together people and nearly all processes from design through launch into one location.
Figure 2‐1 Cost increase of the largest 96 acquisition programs of the U.S. Department of Defense
Figure 2‐2 Cynefin framework illustrating the dimensions of program characteristics
Figure 4‐1 The program management process flow
Figure 4‐2 The relative focus of P2M compared with other standards
Figure 4‐3 Systems engineering “Vee” diagram
Figure 4‐4 The current view of the application of program management and systems engineering to developing a solution
Figure 4‐5 The perceived sources of unproductive tension between program managers and chief systems engineers
Figure 4‐6 Definition of roles: A comparison between program managers and chief systems engineers
Figure 4‐7 Use of standards by program managers and chief systems engineers
Figure 4‐8 Reported responsibilities of program managers and chief systems engineers
Figure 5‐1 Degree of integration between program management and systems engineering, and the formality of the integration approach
Figure 5‐2 More formal or deliberate approaches to integration of program management and systems engineering result in higher levels of integration
Figure 5‐3 More frequent assessments of discipline processes and capabilities correlate to achieving higher levels of integration
Figure 6‐1 The Integration Framework for program management and ...

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