This comprehensive textbook provides a logical process for fact-based decision making for the most challenging systems problems. It is composed of three bedrock elements to improve readers' understanding and analysis of the most challenging systems problems that exist today: systems thinking, which identifies important interconnections between a system and its environment; systems engineering, which describes the activities of professional systems engineers; and systems decision making, which provides fact-based information to support major system decisions made at every life cycle stage.The book is composed of three bedrock elements to improve readersa#39; understanding and analysis of the most challenging systems problems that exist today: Systems thinking, which introduces a powerful mental framework necessary to identify ...
|Title||:||Decision Making in Systems Engineering and Management|
|Author||:||Gregory S. Parnell, PhD, Patrick J. Driscoll, Dale L. Henderson|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2008-02-08|