Date: Wednesday, April 15, 2015 – 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm

Time: 5:15 PM for networking;  5:30 PM for dinner;  6:00 PM for the program

Where: Giovanni’s Italian Restaurant, 9353 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.  San Diego 92123

Cost for Dinner: $5 for INCOSE members;  $10 for non-members  (pay upon your arrival)

PDUs: Earn 1 PDU towards your SEP recertification by attending the presentation

Phyllis Marbach is a Senior Software Engineer in Boeing’s Defense Space & Security (BDS). Phyllis has over 30 years’ experience in aerospace programs; including Satellites, chemical lasers, the International Space Station, and various propulsion systems. Currently she is an agile coach for Boeing Commercial Airplanes Digital Aviation.  Ms Marbach holds an MS degree in Engineering from UCLA.

Abstract: The Manifesto for Agile Software Development [Beck 2001] and the Principles behind the Agile Manifesto were written specifically for software development teams.  Since the manifesto does not appear to apply to systems or large programs with multiple teams of development, how it applies to systems engineers is not apparent. The Principles for Agile Development are recommended for cross-functional teams that include Systems and Software Engineers working on customer “pull” projects to produce software products. These principles provide a foundation for the working relationship across the teams.  We believe these principles apply to programs that include both hardware development and software development; however, we limit our examples to software intensive development for this discussion.  As we strive to produce products more affordably in this ever-increasing, global marketplace adopting these principles will serve as a foundation for working together to develop high-value capabilities incrementally.

Presentation Slides: click here for presentationclick here for quad charts

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