I'm having the pleasure working with Bruce Power Douglass and the other day I revisited one of his webinars that we have recorded. Was doing so after that we have had a discussion related to how to help one of our automotive customers with a situation on how to best "manage" one of the diagrams in Rhapsody. Bruce provided some insight into this in our discussion and it made me think of this one recording that Bruce did related to 10 tips on how to do Systems Engineering more effectively. The guidance we provided to this specific automotive client in order to make their engineers more effective was not directly taken from one of the tips in the webinar recording, but in a way the guidance had a flavor coming from many of them. Do you want to secure a good Systems Engineering practice take a look at this recording that will provide insight to things like:
- What and how many elements should you have on a diagram?
- What is the purpose of the model?
- Where lies the value of the model?
- Do you need to adopt the entire modeling language?
Please see the recording on this site: https://engage.vevent.com/index.jsp?eid=556&seid=86628&language-code=en&country-code=US&logon-form-state=0&login-return-state=1&embedded=false&code=Direct%20Access
On this page you will not only be introduced to this recording, it is a busload of valuable assets here....
Offering Manager - Rhapsody