Enterprise Systems Engineering: Advances in the Theory and Practice
Rebovich, G., and B.E. White (eds.). 2010. Enterprise Systems Engineering: Advances in the Theory and Practice. Boca Raton, FL, USA: CRC Press.
- Types of Systems
- Systems Fundamentals
- Engineered System Context
- Enterprise Systems Engineering
The chapters of this book contain thoughtful perspectives, covering both theory and practice, on many different aspects of enterprise systems engineering (ESE), where enterprises are not limited to just organizations. Each chapter was written by one or more authors from The MITRE Corporation as the result of a multi-year, high-level corporate effort to examine government client work environments and better ways to define and apply systems engineering principles and discipline.
This is the most comprehensive book on the topic of ESE. For all those involved in implementing SE at the enterprise level, this is a book that you must have on your bookshelf.
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