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ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course
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ATI Systems Engineering - The People Dimension Professional Development Technical Training Short Course

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This course provides perspective and insight into a part of the system engineering process that is critical to the success of any project: the people, and the leadership and management of people. It …

This course provides perspective and insight into a part of the system engineering process that is critical to the success of any project: the people, and the leadership and management of people. It includes a short review of system engineering and it's associated processes, especially the people related aspects. It discusses the subjects of leadership and management, and their differences, and how they relate to system engineering.

The course is valuable to program and Line Management, as well as to technical and administrative personnel who are a part of the system engineering process.

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  • 1. Professional Development Short Course On: System Engineering - The People Dimension Instructor: Thomas A. Clare ATI Course Schedule: http://www.ATIcourses.com/schedule.htm 349 Berkshire Drive • Riva, Maryland 21140 888-501-2100 • 410-956-8805 Website: www.ATIcourses.com • Email: ATI@ATIcourses.com
  • 2. Systems Engineering The People Dimension SUMMARY Instructor: Dr. Thomas A. Clare This course provides perspective and insight into a part of the system engineering process that is critical to the COURSE OUTLINE success of any project: the people, and 1. Systems View of the Organization. Treats an organization as a the leadership and management of system; breaks processes down into segments, including people. It includes a short review of "people.” system engineering and it's associated 2. Systems Engineering. The concept of a system, key attributes, processes, especially the people related and the role of people. Behavioral and technical skills needed, aspects. It discusses the subjects of and their relationship to management and leadership. leadership and management, and their 3. Complexity. The concept of complexity and its relationship to differences, and how they relate to system engineering. The manner in which complexity causes system engineering. managers and leaders to act. Management of complexity. The course is valuable to program 4. People Solving Problems. Exercise to demonstrate the way and Line Management, as well as to people address problems in a group or team environment. technical and administrative personnel 5. People Drivers. Culture, education and training incentives. who are a part of the system engineering 6. Leadership. The definition of leadership, its relationship to process. system engineering. The skills needed and a structure for leadership activity. INSTRUCTOR 7. Management. The definition of management, its relationship to Thomas A. Clare, Ph.D. has over thirty system engineering. The skills needed and a structure for years of diversified management and senior management activity. executive experience in the research and 8. Leadership and Management Differences. The description of development of large complex systems, the difference between leadership and management qualities and software development, science and their relationship to system engineering. technology management, human resource 9. Methods to Affect Culture and Skills. Examples are discussed. management, and R&D laboratory Class exercise to describe decisions to be made to affect culture management. of an organization. As Executive Director of the Navy's largest R&D laboratory, Dr. Clare has made WHAT YOU WILL LEARN major contributions to the research and *How to create a system engineering organization development of Surface Combatants, *How people fit into system engineering. Aircraft Carriers, Navy and Marine Corps *Understanding the organizational culture and how to affect it. Systems, including AEGIS, Submarine *The leadership and management skills needed by you and others. Launched Ballistics Missile, TOMAHAWK, and Theater Ballistic Missile Defense weapon and combat systems. He has also been a key advisor and leader in the Navy and DOD scientific and technology community, particularly regarding systems engineering and weapon system concepts.
  • 3. www.ATIcourses.com Boost Your Skills 349 Berkshire Drive Riva, Maryland 21140 with On-Site Courses Telephone 1-888-501-2100 / (410) 965-8805 Tailored to Your Needs Fax (410) 956-5785 Email: ATI@ATIcourses.com The Applied Technology Institute specializes in training programs for technical professionals. Our courses keep you current in the state-of-the-art technology that is essential to keep your company on the cutting edge in today’s highly competitive marketplace. Since 1984, ATI has earned the trust of training departments nationwide, and has presented on-site training at the major Navy, Air Force and NASA centers, and for a large number of contractors. Our training increases effectiveness and productivity. Learn from the proven best. For a Free On-Site Quote Visit Us At: http://www.ATIcourses.com/free_onsite_quote.asp For Our Current Public Course Schedule Go To: http://www.ATIcourses.com/schedule.htm
  • 4. SYSTEM ENGINEERING: THE PEOPLE DIMENSION SYSTEM ENGINEERING: THE PEOPLE DIMENSION This 1 1/2-day interactive course is based on the premise that the engineering of complex systems is more a leadership and management challenge than a technical challenge. It examines system engineering and its relationship to leadership and management. It encourages the participant to review his/her own leadership and management potential and strengths. The group discusses the challenges leaders and managers face and how to consider the people as the key element to success. The objectives of the course are to: -understand the role and needs of people in accomplishing the vision of the organization - understand the difference between leadership and management and the skills necessary for each apply the principles of system engineering to leadership and management activities -identify what organizational culture is and how to influence it The course combines the key elements of system engineering with the attributes of leadership and management. Through class exercises, students learn how people solve problems, and why they approach solutions in the way they do. Students will understand the relationship between complexity, culture, incentives, training, and education in organizational leadership and management. A model for leadership and management, with associated skills required for each, is offered. 2 Copyright TAC Associates. All rights reserved. P99461V2_5_00 update.ppt
  • 5. SYSTEM ENGINEERING: THE PEOPLE DIMENSION OBJECTIVES Understand the role and needs of people in accomplishing the vision of the organization Understand leadership and management, and the skills needed for each Apply the principles of system engineering to leadership and management Understand organizational culture and how to influence it 3 Copyright TAC Associates. All rights reserved. P99461V2_5_00 update.ppt
  • 6. SYSTEM ENGINEERING: THE PEOPLE DIMENSION OUTLINE SYSTEMS VIEW OF LEADERSHIP ORGANIZATION PEOPLE SOLVING MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS DIFFERENCES SYSTEM ENGINEERING METHODS COMPLEXITY PEOPLE DRIVERS SUMMARY 4 Copyright TAC Associates. All rights reserved. P99461V2_5_00 update.ppt
  • 7. SYSTEM ENGINEERING: THE PEOPLE DIMENSION THE SYSTEMS VIEW OF ORGANIZATION INPUTS STRUCTURE & SIZE OUTPUTS GOAL TECHNICAL PRODUCTS MATTER SERVICES ENERGY ENERGY INFO PEOPLE MANAGEMENT INFO ENVIRONMENT ENVIRONMENT 5 Copyright TAC Associates. All rights reserved. P99461V2_5_00 update.ppt
  • 8. SYSTEM ENGINEERING: THE PEOPLESYSTEM ENGINEERING DIMENSION DESCRIPTION SYSTEM ENGINEERING “An interdisciplinary approach and means to enable the realization of successful systems” “The science of designing complex systems in their totality to ensure that the component subsystems making up the system are designed, fitted together, checked and operated in the most efficient and effective way” 6 Copyright TAC Associates. All rights reserved. P99461V2_5_00 update.ppt
  • 9. SYSTEM ENGINEERING: THE PEOPLESYSTEM ENGINEERING DIMENSION DESCRIPTION NOTABLE ATTRIBUTES Relationship Due Process, Methods Related Communication And Language Organized Suggest Management Defining Boundaries & Common Attention To Interfaces Whole Requires Extraordinary Collection Attention To Totality PEOPLE 7 Copyright TAC Associates. All rights reserved. P99461V2_5_00 update.ppt
  • 10. SYSTEM ENGINEERING: THE PEOPLESYSTEM ENGINEERING DIMENSION THE ROLE OF PEOPLE People Are Technical Performers Leaders (of People) Managers of: People Process Programs or Projects Organizations (a form of process) The Essence of Relationships The Essence of a System 8 Copyright TAC Associates. All rights reserved. P99461V2_5_00 update.ppt
  • 11. SYSTEM ENGINEERING: THE PEOPLE DIMENSION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING THE PEOPLE DIMENSION INPUTS LEADING & MANAGING OUTPUTS People: Skills Experience Relationship System Behavior Knowledge Relationship $ Time Material Risk Information 9 Copyright TAC Associates. All rights reserved. P99461V2_5_00 update.ppt
  • 12. SYSTEM ENGINEERING: THE PEOPLE DIMENSION THE CULTURE CIRCLE Culture How People Think How People Behave 1 Copyright TAC Associates. All rights reserved. P99461V2_5_00 update.ppt
  • 13. SYSTEM ENGINEERING: THE PEOPLE DIMENSION LEADERSHIP Leaders Managers Action (Change and Uncertainty) (Complexity) What To Do? Setting a Direction Planning and Budgeting Networks of People Aligning People Organizing and Staffing and Relationships Ensure Performance Motivating and Inspiring Controlling and Problem Solving 1 Copyright TAC Associates. All rights reserved. P99461V2_5_00 update.ppt
  • 14. SYSTEM ENGINEERING: THE PEOPLE DIMENSION SUMMARY The Ability to Accomplish Anything Requires Attention to People Exceptionally True in Order to Have a Systems Thinking Organization Use model(s) to guide actions dealing with people Requires Both Leadership and Management Focus On Relationships 1 Copyright TAC Associates. All rights reserved. P99461V2_5_00 update.ppt
  • 15. Boost Your Skills with On-Site Courses Tailored to Your Needs The Applied Technology Institute specializes in training programs for technical professionals. Our courses keep you current in the state-of-the-art technology that is essential to keep your company on the cutting edge in today’s highly competitive marketplace. For 20 years, we have earned the trust of training departments nationwide, and have presented on-site training at the major Navy, Air Force and NASA centers, and for a large number of contractors. Our training increases effectiveness and productivity. Learn from the proven best. ATI’s on-site courses offer these cost-effective advantages: • You design, control, and schedule the course. • Since the program involves only your personnel, confidentiality is maintained. You can freely discuss company issues and programs. Classified programs can also be arranged. • Your employees may attend all or only the most relevant part of the course. • Our instructors are the best in the business, averaging 25 to 35 years of practical, real- world experience. Carefully selected for both technical expertise and teaching ability, they provide information that is practical and ready to use immediately. • Our on-site programs can save your facility 30% to 50%, plus additional savings by eliminating employee travel time and expenses. • The ATI Satisfaction Guarantee: You must be completely satisfied with our program. We suggest you look at ATI course descriptions in this catalog and on the ATI website. Visit and bookmark ATI’s website at http://www.ATIcourses.com for descriptions of all of our courses in these areas: • Communications & Computer Programming • Radar/EW/Combat Systems • Signal Processing & Information Technology • Sonar & Acoustic Engineering • Spacecraft & Satellite Engineering I suggest that you read through these course descriptions and then call me personally, Jim Jenkins, at (410) 531-6034, and I’ll explain what we can do for you, what it will cost, and what you can expect in results and future capabilities. Our training helps you and your organization remain competitive in this changing world. Register online at www.aticourses.com or call ATI at 888.501.2100 or 410.531.6034

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