Join us at the INCOSE International Symposium IS 2022, in which we will be participating both virtually and physically. PPI is also excited to be sponsoring INCOSE IS 2022.
Notable events and resources are:
What Force is More Powerful Than Profit?
Live presentation by PPI’s Randall Iliff, Course Presenter & Principal Consultant
For those attending IS physically or virtually, we invite you to join Randall Iliff for his delivery of the ‘What Force is More Powerful Than Profit?’ presentation, an exploration of why some leaders still fail to recognize the value of SE.
“SE competency offers the possibility of invention-on-demand, and thus a virtual license to print money. Ignorance of SE is no longer an excuse, nor is a lack of available expertise. There is ample evidence of effectiveness, and abundant warning of the impact of ignoring SE. Given that every market force would favor adopting SE as quickly as possible, why then do so many leaders stubbornly ignore the opportunity? In this presentation we’ll explore the forces more powerful than profit and leave you with practical ideas for overcoming them.”
When: Mon 27, Jun 16:15-16:55 EDT
Session Chair: David Long
Session Host: Nicole Hutchinson
MBSE in the Problem Domain – even More Valuable than Model-Based Design?
Pre-recorded presentation by PPI’s Robert Halligan, Managing Director, Principal Consultant & Course Presenter
Session Chair: Christopher Hoffman
Session Host: Olivier Dessoude
A Framework of Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes for High Performance Engineering
Pre-recorded presentation by PPI’s Robert Halligan, Managing
Director, Principal Consultant & Course Presenter
Visit PPI’s virtual showcase and learn more about common myths of systems engineering via a video presentation by Robert Halligan.
Come say hello to René through the live chat. We would love to connect with you, share knowledge, ideas and to network.
Six More Myths of Systems Engineering
Pre-recorded presentation by PPI’s Robert Halligan, Managing Director & Course Presenter
PPI Managing Director and Course Presenter Robert Halligan demystifies common assumptions and myths about systems engineering in this presentation available at PPI’s showcase page.
Some of the myths addressed are:
- Substantial changes to requirements during development are inevitable
- The use of negatives in requirements is evil
- Goals are nice to have
- Trade studies should weight criteria
- Verification requirements are a list of verification methods
- OCD and CONOPS are synonyms.
PPI team member INCOSE IS participants