Training from last week was interesting. I realized just how much there is to take in when adopting model-based systems engineering for the first time. Enthusiastic people definitely help, not just engineers but also management giving them their support. It's not just knowing the ins and outs of the tools (both the modeling tool and how it integrates with others) either, there are so many aspects to the language and many ways to use it. It was good that we finished with workshop that looked at an example process though. I think when you see an end to end example built around your problem then it helps people appreciate how an appropriately selected process can significantly improve requirements definition and systems architectural work.
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Thursday, 1 October 2020
Reflections from last weeks training
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