The Thirty Elements of Systems Engineering
Eisner, H. 2008. "Chapter 7. Essentials of Project and Systems Engineering Management," in The Thirty Elements of Systems Engineering, 3rd ed. New York, NY, USA: John Wiley & Sons.
This source is considered a primary reference for the Product as a System Fundamentals article.
This reference is a good resource for the effective and efficient design, development, and engineering of systems by connecting project management with systems engineering. This book provides SE tools and strategies that help understand system complexity and integration issues through multiple architectural views which in turn improve strategic decision-making across a broad range of engineering systems, including specialty engineering systems.
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