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Enterprise Dynamics Sourcebook

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1st
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9781420082562

ISBN10:
1420082566
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
2/25/2013
Publisher(s):
Auerbach Public
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An enterprise engaged in a dynamic mission involving multiple internal and external stakeholders operates as a complex adaptive system. In such a context, systems engineering spans the entire lifecycle from R&D to acquisition to operations, operational use and maintenance, and system retirement. Focusing on a new discipline for enterprise dynamics, this book applies frameworks and analytical models of the enterprise as a complex system to improve the understanding of its dynamic elements and their interactions. The elements can be broadly classified as People, Organizations, Economics, and Technology in an Operational environment governed by Policies (POET-OP conceptual element of enterprise dynamics). The text focuses on the acquisition of new capabilities for enterprise transformation, showing how the methods can guide the planning and managing of the system of systems engineering processes of an enterprise. The results also provide quantitative benchmarks against which all kinds of enterprise programs can be compared.


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