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Systems Engineering | Software Engineering Les Chambers Home Browse My SE Web Stories of Software and Systems Engineering Better: Improving Software Process Through Blood, Faith, Myth and Legend Posted Sep 26 2013 by Les Chambers in Human Factors, Quality, Software Engineering, Software Process Improvement, Story, Systems Engineering with 0 Comments We all so desperately want to be good that we spend much of our reverie in anguish over not being good enough. Then spend our waking lives in a struggle to be better. But Better is expensive with a price some of us are unwilling to pay. In the parade of humanity the selection of the good from the average … Read More Moral Strength: Learning from Nietzsche and the Wolf Posted May 2 2013 by Les Chambers in Ethics, Human Factors, Safety, Story with 0 Comments Morality is a muscle. In some it never gets a chance to develop – atrophied from birth by spineless role models. In others it develops through childhood and the idealistic days of youth, but withers in the face of the so-called pragmatics of life, leaving us unable to exert any moral force at all when the situation desperately calls for … Read More Oarsmen: The Image of a Performing Team Posted Dec 24 2012 by Les Chambers in Human Factors, Project Management with 0 Comments What does teamwork look like? If you are unsure take a moment, sit by a river and wait. You’ll soon see. Oarsmen They rowed early through the morning mist Barbarians in silence except for the muffled beat of wood on rollick and with each stroke their oars lifted in perfect rows to catch the water and pull through then surfaced … Read More Dol?a Barcelona: How Systems Thinking Saved History Posted Nov 8 2012 by Les Chambers in Human Factors, Quality, Safety, Story, Systems Engineering with 2 Comments Most civilizations plan on eternal life but somehow it never pans out that way. We prove it every time we uncover a Pompeii or a new Atlantis and dig through the entrails of a lost world listening for the cries of the dead. Its disappointing because, you know, it’s going to happen to us. Worse, more likely than not, our … Read More New: Reflecting on the Creative Process Posted Aug 17 2012 by Les Chambers in Creativity with 1 Comment The mind is a place full of wonder but so few people realize its potential. Life intervenes. A partner, children, a mortgage and work. The need for survival that chains you to someone else’s ideas. But what would happen if your mind was allowed free reign, to follow its bliss? To create something new of your own choosing. With no … Read More Story: Using the Patterns of Myths and Legends to Build Better Systems Posted Jun 18 2012 by Les Chambers in Project Management, Requirements, Story The current fashion of eliciting software requirements by collecting user stories is pathetically superficial. The educated use of stories has a much deeper purpose in systems engineering, and that is to reveal the fundamental principles that drive successful systems development. The story patterns of myth and legend hold eternal wisdom known since the fall of man into the field of … Read More Extreme Review: A Tale of Nakedness, Alsatians and Fagan Inspection Posted May 16 2012 by Les Chambers in Education, Quality, Safety with 2 Comments Two naked babies amble across a busy freeway. Trotting after them is a guy in a suit. The guy is me. Looking back on that day it’s clear that this was an omen, for within the hour I was to encounter extreme review and understand why, that for systems engineers, public nakedness is sometimes a good thing. The Approach Flying … Read More New Learning and the Post Apocalyptic Fate of the University Posted Mar 30 2012 by Les Chambers in Education, Quality with 0 Comments The uptake of web enabled learning technologies is far too slow in educational institutions. This will inevitably mean extinction for some. If our universities are the dinosaurs then the coming meteor is the “category killer course”. The university course that is so good, so cheap, so universally available, so universally respected and so universally job procuring that it wipes out … Read More On Standards and Art Posted Mar 6 2012 by Les Chambers in Quality, Safety with 0 Comments If you comply with a quality standard does this mean you’ve made a quality product? If you comply with a safety standard is your system is safe? Probably not. To produce quality you’ve got to know what people want and that can take a lifetime of experience. To guarantee safety you must have seen a lot of failures and that’s … Read More Deus Ex Machina and Speaking Truth to Power Posted Feb 28 2012 by Les Chambers in Ethics, Safety with 1 Comment What to do when people are put in harm’s way because solid, technical advice on designing, deploying and operating complex systems is ignored by decision makers not competent in the target technology? Does the ethical responsibility for the consequences pass to the decision maker somehow absolving the advisor? Or should engineers forswear company loyalty for their higher duty to preserve human safety? At what … Read More Subscribe Leave Blank:Do Not Change: Your email: Categories Creativity (1) Education (2) Ethics (2) Human Factors (4) Project Management (2) Quality (5) Requirements (1) Safety (5) Software Engineering (1) Software Process Improvement (1) Story (4) Systems Engineering (2) My Services Capability Statement Configuration Management Control System Design Database Design Functional Safety Management Mentoring Project Management Quality Management Requirements Specification Tender Preparation Testing Training Verification and Validation My Services Capability Statement Configuration Management Control System Design Database Design Functional Safety Management Mentoring Project Management Quality Management Requirements Specification Tender Preparation Testing Training Verification and Validation Resources Architectural Views Chunking Principle Measuring Software Complexity with McCabe Mentoring White Paper Requirements Specification Skills Software Requirements Specification Template Software Safety Management System Architecture Specification Template Test Documentation Templates The requirements elicitation process Videos Developing a Use Case Earned Value Management Project Planning Process Quality Management System Architecture Quality Management System Framework Risk Management Planning Specifying Software Requirements What is a Work Breakdown Structure Work Breakdown Structure Evolution Work Breakdown Structure Example Work Breakdown Structure with Project Services Workshops A Workshop Summary Software Project Management Software Quality Specifying Software Requirements Copyright ? 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