INCOSE Webinar - Encouraging Broader Engagement and Collaboration across the Enterprise - Recorded Webinar - Maplesoft

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INCOSE Webinar - Encouraging Broader Engagement and Collaboration across the Enterprise

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Paul Goossens and Hisashi Miyashita

INCOSE Webinar - Encouraging Broader Engagement and Collaboration across the Enterprise

As model-based methodologies and the tools to support the systems engineering function are becoming mandatory in engineering projects, team managers are challenged with encouraging all stakeholders to share information and decisions from their own activities through the systems model as the “single source of truth”. Traditionally, this would be achieved by either forcing all stakeholders to learn to use the same tools as the systems engineers, or transfer the information through documents, spreadsheets, emails, and frequent design review meetings. Either approach introduces significant risk and can lead to missing or erroneous data, causing problems later in the process that can be extremely costly and disruptive to the project.

In this webinar, attendees will hear from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) about a recent pilot project that introduced ways to broaden engagement with their SE practices using MapleMBSE, a tool that uses Excel as the user interface. MapleMBSE provides a technology that generates task-specific views into the system model, serving up the relevant information in tabular or matrix forms that can be directly edited, all with a live connection to the systems model. This allows stakeholders, from all disciplines and functions throughout the enterprise, to collaborate via the model and engage more effectively with Systems Engineering process.

Attendees can expect to learn more about the various ways that JPL was able to broaden engagement and collaboration, and see how these techniques might apply to their own organizations.
Language: English
Duration: 55 Minutes
Related Terms: Mbse, Model-based-systems-engineering, Engineering

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