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Systems management for information technology and software engineering

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Sage, Andrew P.
Title Statement
Systems management for information technology and software engineering / Andrew P. Sage.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Wiley,   c1995.  
Physical Medium
xiii, 605 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
0471015830
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
System design. Information technology. Software engineering.
비통제주제어
Systems analysis,,
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245 1 0 ▼a Systems management for information technology and software engineering / ▼c Andrew P. Sage.
260 ▼a New York : ▼b Wiley, ▼c c1995.
300 ▼a xiii, 605 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 25 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
650 0 ▼a System design.
650 0 ▼a Information technology.
650 0 ▼a Software engineering.
653 0 ▼a Systems analysis

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
1 An Introduction to Systems Engineering and Systems Management = 1
 1.1 Systems Engineering = 2
 1.2 The Importance of Technical Direction and Systems Management = 7
 1.3 Definitions of Systems Engineering = 10
 1.4 Lifecycle Methodology for Systems Engineering = 23
 1.5 Information Technology and Software Engineering Processes and Products : The Rest of the Book = 30
 1.6 Summary = 41
 1.7 References = 43
2 Systems Engineering Process Lifecycles = 49
 2.1 Systems Engineering Lifecycies : System Acquisition = 51
  2.1.1 Three-Phase Lifecycle = 52
  2.1.2 Seven-Phase Lifecycle for System Acquisition or Product Development = 55
  2.1.3 22-Phase Lifecyele = 58
  2.1.4 Defense Systems Acquisition Lifecycle = 63
  2.1.5 Other Lifecycle Models for Systems Acquisition = 66
 2.2 Lifecycles for Research, Development, Test and Evaluation = 74
 2.3 Systems Planning and Marketing Lifecycles = 90
 2.4 Evolutionary and Interactive Lifecycle Models : Software Systems Engineering Lifecycle Models = 110
  2.4.1 Waterfall-Based Process Models = 111
  2.4.2 Spiral Lifecycle-Based Processes = 119
  2.4.3 Evolutionary and Other Lifecycle Processes = 126
 2.5 Summary = 132
 2.6 References = 133
3 Risk Management = 136
 3.1 Risk = 140
 3.2 Risk Management Methodology = 146
 3.3 Assessment of Risk Management Factors = 161
 3.4 Risk Management Though Configuration Management = 165
 3.5 Summary = 171
 3.6 References = 172
4 Systematic Measurements = 176
 4.1 Needs for, and Approaches to, Systematic Measurements = 178
 4.2 Systematic Measurements of Customer Satisfaction = 188
 4.3 Systematic Measurements of Effort and Schedule = 195
  4.3.1 Cost Estimation and Overhead = 198
  4.3.2 Work Breakdown Structures and Cost Breakdown Structure = 204
  4.3.3 Cost Accounting Systems and Activity-Based Costing = 206
  4.3.4 Model-Based Estimates of Cost and Schedule = 212
 4.4 Systematic Measurements of Defects = 215
 4.5 Systems Management and Systematic Measurement = 216
  4.5.1 The Case for Systematic Measurements at the Level of Systems Management = 216
  4.5.2 Cost-Benefit and Cost Effectiveness Assessments = 223
 4.6 Summary = 239
  References = 241
5 Systematic Assessments of Cost = 244
 5.1 Model-Based Parameters for Productivity = 247
 5.2 Early Models for Estimation of Costs, Including Effort and Schedule = 249
 5.3 Constructive Cost Model (COCOMO) = 261
  5.3.1 Basic COCOMO = 263
  5.3.2 Intermediate COCOMO = 269
  5.3.3 Detailed COCOMO = 283
  5.3.4 Reuse and COCOMO = 285
  5.3.5 Ada COCOMO = 287
  5.3.6 COCOMO for Non-Grand Design Lifecycles = 288
 5.4 Resource Allocation Models for Software Development = 290
  5.4.1 Putnam Resource Allocation Model-SLIM = 290
  5.4.2 Jensen Resource Allocation Model-SEER = 297
 5.5 Function Point Models of Software Sizing = 299
 5.6 Activity-Based Costing Approaches to Software Acquisition = 306
 5.7 Validation of Software Effort and Schedule Models = 313
 5.8 Summary = 316
 5.9 References = 318
6 Strategic Quality Assurance and Management = 322
 6.1 Systems Management for Total Quality = 324
 6.2 Brief History of Quality = 332
 6.3 Major Perspectives on Total or Strategic Quality = 344
 6.4 Guidelines for Implementation of a Strategic Quality Program = 349
 6.5 International Quality Standards = 360
  6.5.1 Very Brief History of Standards = 360
  6.5.2 ISO Quality Standards = 365
  6.5.3 Assessments, Audits, and Conformance in ISO 9000 = 371
 6.6 Quality and Standards in Information Technology and Software Engineering = 378
 6.7 Summary = 388
 6.8 References = 390
7 Organizational Leadership, Cultures, and Process Maturity = 396
 7.1 Classic Views of Organizations = 397
 7.2 Organizational Learning = 403
  7.2.1 Organizational Theory of Reasoning, Learning, and Action = 403
  7.2.2 Learning Organizations = 407
 7.3 Organizational Cultures = 411
  7.3.1 Culture Clash = 414
  7.3.2 Cultural Value Model = 415
  7.3.3 Cultural Framework Model = 417
  7.3.4 Another Cultural Framework Model of a University = 417
  7.3.5 Cultural Dynamics Model of Organizational Forms = 418
  7.3.6 International Perspectives on Culture = 423
  7.3.7 Competing Perspectives on Culture = 424
  7.3.8 Culture and Leadership Ⅰ = 425
  7.3.9 Culture and Leadership Ⅱ = 430
 7.4 Leadership and Management = 436
 7.5 A Necessary Caveat = 447
 7.6 Planning, Culture, and Leadership = 449
  7.6.1 Technoeconomic Rationality in Planning = 449
  7.6.2 Strategic Planning as Strategic Programming = 452
  7.6.3 Temporal Sorting Model for Planning = 459
 7.7 Process Models and Process Maturity = 464
 7.8 Summary = 477
 7.9 References = 480
8 Reengineering = 486
 8.1 Definition and Perspectives on Reengineering = 489
  8.1.1 Product Reengineering = 489
  8.1.2 Process Reengineering = 491
  8.1.3 Reengineering at the Level of Systems Management = 495
  8.1.4 Perspectives on Reengineering = 496
 8.2 Overview of Reengineering Approaches = 497
  8.2.1 Business Process Improvement = 497
  8.2.2 Intelligent Enterprise = 499
  8.2.3 Process Innovation = 501
  8.2.4 Corporate Reengineering = 505
  8.2.5 Business Process Reengineering = 506
  8.2.6 Breakpoints = 508
  8.2.7 Benchmarking = 510
  8.2.8 Competitive Advantage and Competitive Strategy = 516
  8.2.9 Time and Reengineering = 525
  8.2.10 Strategic Cost Management = 529
  8.2.11 Strategic Sourcing : Outsourcing and Insourcing = 534
  8.2.12 Mass Customization = 538
  8.2.13 Market-Driven Strategy = 540
  8.2.14 Horizontal Management = 543
  8.2.15 Concurrent Engineering = 555
  8.2.16 Integrated Product Development = 559
  8.2.17 Enterprise Information Integration and Corporate Information Management = 561
  8.2.18 Product Reengineering = 566
 8.3 Summary = 573
 8.4 References = 578
Index = 585


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