Live webinar on Improving Information Technology Implementation through Design Fundamentals

Live webinar on Improving Information Technology Implementation through Design Fundamentals

 

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Overview: This webinar presents industry proven best practices and methods to assure design and development processes are compliant with the fundamentals of design in order to enable and assure successful development projects providing quality and value to the customer, users and all stakeholders. 

This session covers all activities prior to the start of detailed design and implementation and includes all systems engineering, software engineering, and engineering project management topics from the proposal phase through the architectural design phase including

  • System design
  • Identification, evaluation, and selection of COTS products
  • Software product design
  • Data engineering
  • Integration and test planning and preparation
  • Deployment planning and preparation
  • Operation and sustainment planning and preparation
  • Engineering project management


The session includes "what" activities are done, "who" does each activity, and "when" each activities is done, but does not cover "how" the activities are done. "How" the activities are done should be in compliance with your company’s policies, directives, procedures, practices, and instructions based on your companies specific business domain, specific information technologies, and specific preferences.

The main objectives of the session are to

  • Increase ability to plan and estimate the project
  • Increase ability to meet commitments
  • Decrease cost, schedule and waste
  • Preclude operational errors
  • Increase quality and value
  • Increase customer & stakeholder satisfaction


Why should you attend: Anyone in the business of improving business performance needs a sound methodology. But there are major differences between available approaches to improvement and a large number of things that are mistaken for methodologies. To someone searching for a good methodology, it can be very daunting.

Things such as models, tools, concepts and philosophies are all good things, and many provide important ingredients of improvement methodologies but they are not the same. Yet in the marketplace, there are deliberate attempts to promote some of these non-methodologies as suitable, complete methodologies.

Getting it wrong-choosing and trying to apply and inappropriate or faulty methodology can lead to project failure and loss of credibility.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • Mission and stakeholder needs analysis
  • System requirements development and management
  • System architectural design
  • Product requirements development
  • Product conceptual and architectural design
  • Design and development planning
  • Deployment and operations planning
  • Management analysis and planning
  • Cost and schedule estimation
  • Risk and opportunity management
  • Cross-functional process integration and dependencies
  • Design management and control
  • Documentation and data management and control


Who Will Benefit:

  • IT Project Managers
  • IT Architects
  • Integration & Test Engineers
  • Software Application Architects
  • Software Application Engineers
  • IT Systems Engineers
  • IT Functional Managers and Directors
  • CIOs

 


Speaker Profile:

Marc Gewertz

 

is an independent management consultant specializing in integrated enterprise models and integrated enterprise processes. Prior to consulting, Marc had a 30 year career with Lockheed Martin as an engineering leader and technical expert in the field of engineering design, development, and management of complex integrated products, systems and services. He has cross-functional expertise and knowledge in the fields of systems, services, design, production, operations, quality assurance, supply chain and program/project management. Marc has recently pioneered the design and development of an architectural standard structure for complex system and service development and operations. His process oriented, work product-centric architectural model designed for government and commercial applications is constructed from an integrated enterprise framework enabling the definition of an integrated SDLC workflow aligned to DODAF, ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 and ITIL V3 2011, and compliant with CMMI-DEV/SVC Level 5, ISO 9000/AS9100, ISO 20K, and ISO 26K. His integrated enterprise framework is also capable of application across all business domains and industries. Marc holds a Graduate Degree in Enterprise Architecture and Governance from Stevens Institute of Technology, an Undergraduate Degree in Nuclear Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University, and is a certified EACOE Enterprise Architect, an ISO9000/AS9100 Lead Auditor and a CMMI Assessor.

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