Systems Engineering Competency Assessment Guide (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
704
Utgivningsdatum
2023-01-30
Förlag
John Wiley & Sons Inc
Medarbetare
Whitcomb, Clifford (red.)
Dimensioner
254 x 203 x 46 mm
Vikt
2111 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781119862550

Systems Engineering Competency Assessment Guide

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Systems Engineering Compilation of 37 competencies needed for systems engineering, with information for individuals and organizations on how to identify and assess competence This book provides guidance on how to evaluate proficiency in the competencies defined in the systems engineering competency framework and how to differentiate between proficiency at each of the five levels of proficiency defined within that document. Readers will learn how to create a benchmark standard for each level of proficiency within each competence area, define a set of standardized terminology for competency indicators to promote like-for-like comparison, and provide typical non-domain-specific indicators of evidence which may be used to confirm experience in each competency area. Sample topics covered by the three highly qualified authors include: The five proficiency levels: awareness, supervised practitioner, practitioner, lead practitioner, and expert The numerous knowledge, skills, abilities, and behavior indicators of each proficiency level What an individual needs to know and be able to do in order to behave as an effective systems engineer How to develop training courses, education curricula, job advertisements, job descriptions, and job performance evaluation criteria for system engineering positions For organizations, companies, and individual practitioners of systems engineering, this book is a one-stop resource for considering the competencies defined in the systems engineering competency framework and judging individuals based off them.
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Clifford Whitcomb, PhD, is an INCOSE Fellow and Chair of the INCOSE Competency Working Group (CWG). He is also affiliated with the Naval Postgraduate School and Cornell University. He previously published Effective Interpersonal and Team Communication Skills for Engineers (2013) with Wiley. Lori Zipes is an INCOSE ESEP and Co-Chair of the INCOSE Competency Working Group (CWG). She is also affiliated with the US Navy Naval Sea Systems Command. Ian Presland is a Chartered Engineer, Fellow of the Institution of Engineering & Technology (FIET), an INCOSE ESEP. He has been affiliated with the INCOSE Competency Working Group (CWG) since its inception.

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List of SECF Tables xi List of SECF Figures xi List of SECAG Tables xii List of SECAG Figures xii INCOSE Notices xiii Acknowledgements xiii Introduction xiv Purpose xiv Scope xiv Part I: Systems Engineering Competency Framework 1 SECF Introduction 3 SECF Scope 3 SECF Purpose 3 SECF Context 3 SECF Objective 4 SECF Document Overview 4 INCOSE SE Competency Framework Definition 5 Competency Overview 5 Framework Structure 6 Competence Proficiency Levels 6 Language Standardization Within the Framework 8 Competency Area Table Format 10 Using the Competency Framework 13 Typical Usage Scenarios 13 Tailoring the Framework 15 The Relationship Between Roles, Job Descriptions, and Competencies 17 SECF Acronyms and Abbreviations 19 SECF Glossary 21 SECF Bibliography 26 SECF Annex A: Summary and Rationale for Changes in the SECF Second Edition 29 Document Structural Changes 29 Primary Technical Changes 29 SECF Annex B: Alignment with Incose and Other Initiatives 31 INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook Fourth Edition 31 INCOSE Systems Engineering Professional (SEP) Certification Program 33 INCOSE Vision 2035 Roles and Competencies 33 INCOSE Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) Initiative 35 Atlas Proficiency Model 35 SECF Annex C: Defining Roles Using the Framework 36 Defining Roles - Introduction 36 Considerations When Defining Role Statements 37 Role Statement Structure 37 Assigning Competencies to a Role Statement 38 Role Tailoring and Organization 39 Activity Prioritization and Role Tailoring 40 SECF Annex D: INCOSE Systems Engineering Competency Framework 45 Competency area Core: Systems Thinking 46 Competency area Core: Life Cycles 48 Competency area Core: Capability Engineering 50 Competency area Core: General Engineering 52 Competency area Core: Critical Thinking 54 Competency area Core: Systems Modeling and Analysis 56 Competency area Professional: Communications 58 Competency area Professional: Ethics and Professionalism 60 Competency area Professional: Technical Leadership 62 Competency area Professional: Negotiation 64 Competency area Professional: Team Dynamics 66 Competency area Professional: Facilitation 68 Competency area Professional: Emotional Intelligence 70 Competency area Professional: Coaching and Mentoring 72 Competency area Technical: Requirements Definition 74 Competency area Technical: System Architecting 76 Competency area Technical: Design for 78 Competency area Technical: Integration 80 Competency area Technical: Interfaces 82 Competency area Technical: Verification 84 Competency area Technical: Validation 86 Competency area Technical: Transition 88 Competency area Technical: Utilization and Support 90 Competency area Technical: Retirement 92 Competency area Systems Engineering Management: Planning 94 Competency area Systems Engineering Management: Monitoring and Control 96 Competency area Systems Engineering Management: Risk and Opportunity Management 98 Competency area Systems Engineering Management: Decision Management 100 Competency area Systems Engineering Management: Concurrent Engineering 102 Competency area Systems Engineering Management: Business and Enterprise Integration 104 Competency area Systems Engineering Management: Acquisition and Supply 106 Competency area Systems Engineering Management: Information Management 108 Competency area Systems Engineering Management: Configuration Management 110 Competency area Integrating Competencies: Project Management 112 Competency area Integrating Competencies: Finance 114 Competency area Integrating Competencies: Logistics 116 Competency area Integrating Competencies: Quality 118 SECF Annex E: SECF Comment Form 120 Part II SECAG - Systems Engineering