The series focuses on transforming, leading, and managing the project-based organization. Project-based organizations include organizations focused on delivering projects (construction, spec hardware, new military systems, research and development efforts). Current project-based organization books primarily focus on project management. This series will provide a foundation for integrating important topics such as business and enterprise transformation, strategic management, portfolio management, and project delivery. Project-based organizations are struggling to deliver projects. This series will pull together authors and their knowledge on the core disciplines for transforming, leading, managing, and delivering solutions within the project-based organization.
Daniele Gianni, Andrea D'Ambrogio, Andreas Tolk
July 26, 2017
The capability modeling and simulation (M&S) supplies for managing systems complexity and investigating systems behaviors has made it a central activity in the development of new and existing systems. However, a handbook that provides established M&S practices has not been available. Until...
John V. Farr
June 20, 2011
Although technology and productivity has changed much of engineering, many topics are still taught in very similarly to how they were taught in the 70s. Using a new approach to engineering economics, Systems Life Cycle Costing: Economic Analysis, Estimation, and Management presents the material...
Timothy George Kotnour
May 28, 2009
Seven Common Questions that Define Organizational Transformations Why does an organization need to transform? What is a transformation? What challenges does a transformation create? How can you respond to the transformation and its challenges? What are your leadership roles in a transformation?...