ASEC 2016. An Engineers Meetup Story.

INCOSE UK Annual Systems Engineering Conference ‘Building on Success’ #asec2016 INCOSE UK Annual Systems Engineering Conference. Tim also wrote up his fresh thoughts here. A pleasurable a thought provoking read. View the story “ASEC 2016. An Engineers Meetup Story.” on...

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Thoughts on the ASEC2015 – Day Two

INCOSE UK Annual Systems Engineering Conference ‘Systems Engineering comes of age’ #asec2015 INCOSE UK Annual Systems Engineering Conference (ASEC2015): ‘Systems Engineering comes of age’ INCOSE UK Annual Systems Engineering Conference ‘Systems Engineering comes of age’ View the story “Thoughts on the ASEC2015 – Day Two” on Storify...

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Thoughts on the ASEC2015 – Day One

INCOSE UK Annual Systems Engineering Conference ‘Systems Engineering comes of age’ INCOSE ASEC2015: ‘Systems Engineering comes of age’ INCOSE UK Annual Systems Engineering Conference ‘Systems Engineering comes of age’ View the story “Thoughts on the ASEC2015 – Day One” on Storify...

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ReqIf – standardising interchange?

Just to drop a few quick lines on the side of this article from the most recent IREB Magazine issue: Open Up. The leading Automotive companies (both OEMs and suppliers) already picked up the lead in developing an open requirements exchange standard. And maybe this is the most important word here: standard. They are the most affected, so with a great interest in aligning exchange. Then my thoughts: how about open source requirements management tools? There are already some, but any chance soon any of them could emerge above all and replace the established ones, DOORS for instance? Especially...

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On Motivation

Thinking about the way to maximize people’s involvement in your project, and full-heartedly follow you and push forward your project. How do you motivate them? There is nothing really new on this topic, people studied this area long and thoroughly. David J. Schwartz spoke about it in the The Magic of Thinking Big, illustrated by taking some largely ignored routes, like treating people the human way: “What’s the human approach?” Listening to opinions, never criticize but always praise publicly, using the sandwich approach to feedback … Recent research on human...

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