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    SİSTEM MÜHENDİSLİĞİ

    SİSTEM MÜHENDİSLİĞİ

    YÖNETİMİ

    ÖMER ERTEKİN, PSCONSULTECH

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    Sistemin ömür devri,

    bir fikir ile başlar,

    paydaş ihtiyaçlarının sistem mühendisleri tarafından

    tanımlanması ile sürer,

    tasarım, entegrasyon ve kalifikasyon ile devam eder,

    üretim, kullanım ve iyileştirme aşamalarından geçer.

    Sonunda sistemin emekliye ayrılması ve imhası ile

    tamamlanır.

    SİSTEMLERİN ÖMÜR DEVRİ

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    Program Manager

    Systems Engineering

    Program Controls

    Engineering

    TİPİK BİR ORGANİZASYON

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    Preliminary

    System

    Design

    Conceptual

    Design

    Detail System

    Design &

    Development

    Production

    and/or

    Construction

    Operational

    Use & System

    Support

    Managing

    the

    Organization

    Supplier

    Evaluation,

    Selection, &

    Control

    Systems

    Engineering

    Program

    Planning

    Cost &

    Schedule

    Control

    Technical

    Control

    Work

    Breakdown

    Structure

    Development Design

    Review and

    Evaluation Selection of

    Engineering

    Design

    Method

    Systems Engineering

    Systems Engineering Management

    SİSTEM MÜHENDİSLİĞİYÖNETİMİ

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    Conceptual

    Design

    Preliminary

    System

    Design

    Detail System

    Design &

    Development

    Production

    and/or

    Construction

    Operational

    Use & System

    Support

    Systems

    Engineering

    Program

    Planning

    Cost & Schedule Control

    Technical Control

    Managing the Organization

    Supplier Evaluation, Selection, & Control

    SİSTEM MÜHENDİSLİĞİYÖNETİMİ

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    Conceptual

    Design

    Preliminary

    System

    Design

    Detail System

    Design &

    Development

    Production

    and/or

    Construction

    Operational

    Use & System

    Support

    Systems

    Engineering

    Program

    Planning

    Cost & Schedule Control

    Technical Control

    Managing the Organization

    Supplier Evaluation, Selection, & Control

    What is my

    management

    approach?

    What steps of the SE process will I execute?

    What resources do

    I require?

    SİSTEM MÜHENDİSLİĞİYÖNETİMİ

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    Systems Engineering Management Plan

    A Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP) is used to establish the technical content of the engineering work.

    The SEMP is written early in the formulation phase for each project and updated throughout the project life cycle.

    The SEMP provides the communication bridge between the project management team and the technical implementation teams.

    The SEMP provides the specifics of the technical effort : what technical processes will be used

    how the processes will be applied using appropriate activities

    how the project will be organized to accomplish the activities

    what appropriate work products will be produced

    the cost and schedule associated with accomplishing the activities.

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    SEMP Kapsamı

    • Proje Kapsamı

    • Proje Mühendislik Yönetimi ve Program Yönetimi ile İlişkisi

    • Sistem Mühendisliği Yönetimi

    • Sistem Mühendisliği Analiz ve Tasarım Süreçleri

    • Alan Uzmanlığı Entegrasyonu

    • Özel Mühendislik Alanları

    • Sistem Mühendisliği Riskleri

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    The SOW is:

    The highest level capture of the activities to be performed

    Narrative description of the work required for a given project

    Developed from the overall project SOW in the PMP

    Read by engineers as well as accountants, contract managers,

    schedulers, lawyers, etc. (must be no ambiguity)

    Basis for definition and costing of detailed tasks

    Basis for subcontractor and supplier requirements

    İŞ TANIM DOKÜMANI (SOW)

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    The SOW includes:

    Summary statement of tasks to be accomplished

    Identification of input requirements from other tasks

    References to applicable specifications, standards, etc.

    Description of specific results to be achieved and

    deliverables

    İŞ TANIM DOKÜMANI (SOW)

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    General guidelines for preparing a SOW

    Short, to the point, 2-3 pages, clear and precise

    Avoid ambiguity and possibility of misinterpretation

    Describe requirements in sufficient detail to ensure clarity

    Must consider practical applications and possible legal

    interpretations

    Do not underspecify or overspecify

    Avoid unnecessary repetition and extraneous material and

    requirements

    Do not repeat details already in applicable referenced

    documentation

    İŞ TANIM DOKÜMANI (SOW)

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    Follows SOW generation

    Product-oriented family tree that leads to

    identification of activities, functions, tasks,

    subtasks, work packages, etc., that must be

    performed for the completion of a given

    program

    Is not an organization chart for personnel

    Project activities

    Functions

    Tasks

    Subtasks

    WBS

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    Project activities

    Functions

    Tasks

    Subtasks

    Is a representation of organization of work

    packages

    The purpose of the WBS is to be a framework for:

    Considering the products, services, and

    information need to fulfill objectives and

    scope of the project (MM)

    Project planning and control

    Program planning, budgeting, contracting, and

    reporting

    WBS

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    List task breakdown in successively finer levels of

    detail

    Continue until all meaningful tasks or work packages

    identified and each task can be individually planned,

    budgeted, scheduled, monitored, and controlled

    Test for completeness: If you are detailing the process for

    doing or producing something in the WBS, you have gone

    one step too far

    Branches need not be the same length, number of levels

    driven by complexity of that portion of project

    WBS

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    Total system easily described through logical breakout of its elements into nicely definable work packages

    Increases probability that every program activity will be accounted for

    Links program objectives and activities with available resources

    Facilitates the initial allocation of budgets and the subsequent collection and reporting of costs

    Provides excellent matrix for assignment of tasks and work packages to various organizational components, responsibility for assignments can be readily identified

    Vehicle for reporting of system technical performance measures (TPMs) against schedule and cost

    WBS

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    The Even Planning Process: A hierarchical planning framework

    Steps

    Level 1: Make a list of major activities in general order of occurrence (about 2 to 20 activities)

    Level 2: Breakdown each Level 1 activity into 2 to 20 tasks

    Level 3: Breakdown each Level 2 task into 2 to 20 subtasks

    Continue until tasks at each level are “manageable”

    Fundamental: Be sure all tasks at a specific level are at the same level of detail (or level of generality)

    Project manager usually performs Level 1 and delegates lower levels to those who will do work

    Objectives are from project master plan

    IMP/IMS