Webinar 15:00 UTC: "Systems Engineering Measurement: A Journey of Insight" - Garry Roedler and Cheryl Jones
SE measurement and the accompanying analysis are fundamental elements of SE and technical management.
INCOSE Webinar: "Systems Engineering Measurement: A Journey of Insight"
Date: 15 June 2011
Time: 15:00 UTC / 11:00 AM EDT
Presenter(s): Garry Roedler and Cheryl Jones
General Webinar Details: Webinar 32
SE measurement and the accompanying analysis are fundamental elements of SE and technical management. SE measurement supports realistic planning, provides insight into actual performance, and facilitates assessment of suitable actions.
Over the past 15 years INCOSE and Practical Software and Systems Measurement (PSM) have been working collaboratively to advance the state of measurement practice for Systems Engineering. This webinar will describe PSM and its relationship with INCOSE, how measurement helps provide insight, actions that have helped to shape the industry, and recent developments. Opportunities for collaboration and involvement will also be discussed.
What is PSM?
What is the relationship to INCOSE?
Collaboration & Liaison relationship
How measurement helps provide insight
Shaping the industry
15939, 15288, 12207
Collaboration with Industry partners and customers
International (Brazil, Argentina, Australia, UK, …)
PSM Guide – new chapters 1 & 2
ILT – including updates about to be released & TTT
PSM Conference – participation in SE Measurement Workshops
Garry Roedler has worked in Systems Engineering for Lockheed Martin Corporation for 26 years in a career that has spanned most aspects of the full system life cycle and includes engineering leadership roles in both programs and systems engineering business functions. Prior to that, Garry taught mathematics at both the secondary and college level.
Garry Roedler a Lockheed Martin Fellow and is currently the Engineering Outreach Program Manager for Corporate Engineering. In this role, he is responsible for developing and executing an external outreach strategy for LM involvement in technical industry associations to ensure effective collaboration and communication with these associations. Prior systems engineering roles include:
Senior Systems Engineering Program Manager for LM in which he managed corporate councils for SE, Test& Evaluation and Specialty Engineering that focused on engineering practices, training, and improvement.
Process Manager for a business unit in LM in which he was responsible for strategic planning of technology needs, process technology development and infusion, and process definition and improvement. This included achievement/sustainment of Level 5 CMM/CMMI objectives, including a world first to achieve Level 5 ratings in the SE-CMM
Various technical leadership roles on programs and proposals, including Technical Lead/Chief SE for proposals, Technical Lead for system installation/demonstration/deployment, Customer Liaison, and System Analysis Manager
Garry holds degrees in mathematics education and mechanical engineering from Temple University. He is one of the first to receive the Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP) certification from INCOSE. Garry is the author of numerous publications and presentations, and the recipient of many awards, including the INCOSE Founders Award. In addition to his responsibilities within Lockheed Martin, he has maintained leadership roles in various technical and standards organizations, including project editor of ISO/IEC 15288, Systems Life Cycle Processes and co-editor of several other engineering standards