(This event is open to all, including non-INCOSE members)
2-Day INCOSE San Diego Tutorial
Presented by Mr. Rick Dove, CEO/CTO Paradigm Shift International and Chair of INCOSE Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group.
Dates: Thurs-Fri, Nov 29-30, 2018, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Location: California Miramar University, 3550 Camino Del Rio N #208, San Diego, CA 92108 (Google Maps)
Cost: $250 INCOSE members. $280 Non-INCOSE members. $200 Students.
Lunch shall be provided!
Please join us for a special 2-day tutorial on Agile Systems Engineering in San Diego by Mr. Rick Dove, Chair of the INCOSE of the INCOSE Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group!
This tutorial will fully cover a broad range of Agile systems engineering principles, to include the Agile architecture pattern, the ten design principles, the nine operational principles, the Concept of Operations, and a methodology for closing agile design with agile requirements. This tutorial is centrally located at the California Miramar University in Mission Valley, is very affordable and will include lunch on both days.
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com, or contact the instructor Rick Dove directly at firstname.lastname@example.org / 575-586-1536
About the Course:
This 2-day Agile Systems Engineering course is designed for
- Beginners to experienced SE practitioners
- Engineers of all disciplines
- Project managers
- System requirements developers
About the Presenter: Rick Dove
Rick Dove is a leading researcher, practitioner, and educator of fundamental principles for agile enterprise, agile systems, and agile development processes. In 1991 he initiated the global interest in agility as co-PI on the seminal 21st Century Manufacturing Enterprise Strategy project at Lehigh University. Subsequently he organized and led collaborative research at the DARPA-funded Agility Forum, involving 250 organizations and 1000 participants in workshop discovery of fundamental enabling principles for agile systems and processes. He is CEO of Paradigm Shift International, specializing in agile systems research, engineering, and education; and is an adjunct professor at Stevens Institute of Technology teaching graduate courses in agile and self-organizing systems. He chairs the INCOSE working groups for Agile Systems and Systems Engineering, and for Systems Security Engineering, and is the leader of the current INCOSE Agile Systems Engineering Life Cycle Model Discovery Project. He is an INCOSE Fellow, and the author of Response Ability – the Language, Structure, and Culture of the Agile Enterprise.
Questions? Please contact us at email@example.com or Rick directly at firstname.lastname@example.org / 575-586-1536