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Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering by Eric Rebentisch

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LIST OF TABLES

Table 0‐1 The program management and systems engineering integration knowledge base was established over multiple phases of research
Table 2‐1 Lead Systems Integrator objectives stated in the U.S. Army's contract with the FCS program partners
Table 2‐2 Engineering program challenges
Table 4‐1 Integration of program management, project management, and systems engineering disciplines
Table 4‐2 Comparison of program and project activities
Table 4‐3 Comparison of program process phases and project process groups
Table 5‐1 Comparison of characteristics and practices between organizations with greater and lesser integration
Table 7‐1 The HornetWEB system enabled access to data from across the entire program
Table 7‐2 Mod SDF databases and analysis tools
Table 7‐3 Integration factors evident in the F/A‐18E/F case study
Table 8‐1 Key distinctions between standards and methodologies
Table 9‐1 Mapping of Disney Pixar cultural attributes to Hofstede's cultural factors
Table 10‐1 Successful leadership competencies
Table 11‐1 Systems engineering life cycle stages
Table 11‐2 The program management life cycle phases and activities
Table 11‐3 Generic program management and systems engineering life cycle integration
Table 11‐4 Optimizing the benefits of integration
Table 11‐5 Leadership for the Big Dig's five stages of program management
Table 12‐1 Integration elements with the highest correlation coefficients with program performance metrics ...

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