Did you know that you can claim SEP PDUs for independent reading related to systems engineering? The category is "Consume SE-related media," and you can claim up to 15 PDUs per renewal period.
INCOSE members have access to Yammer, a closed social media platform with a page called "Virtual Bookclub.
" Some of the recommended reading includes books that don't realize they are about systems engineering, but INCOSE members think they are:
* The Grammar of Systems: From Order to Chaos & Back Paperback by Patrick Hoverstadt
* A Natural History of the Future: What the Laws of Biology Tell Us About the Destiny of the Human Species by Rob Dunn
* The Logic of Failure by Dietrich Dorner
* The Art of Thinking In Systems by Steven Schuster
* Systems Thinking: Managing Chaos and Complexity by Jamshid Gharajedaghi
* Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment by Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony and <g-bubble jscontroller="QVaUhf" data-du="200" data-tp="5" jsaction="R9S7w:VqIRre;">Cass Sunstein
* SysML Distilled: A brief guide to the System Modelling Language by Lenny Delligatti
* </g-bubble>SysML for Beginners: Using Sparx Enterprise Architect by by David Hetherington