Systems Engineering Effectiveness Committee
The mission of the Systems Engineering Effectiveness Committee (SEEC) is to assist the Systems Engineering (SE) community in achieving a quantifiable and persistent improvement in program performance through appropriate application of systems engineering principles and best practices. Our current activities are to:
1. Identify systems engineering principles and best practices proven to provide improved program performance.
2. Identify a set of leading indicators that provide insight into technical performance at major decision points for managing programs quantitatively across their life cycle.
Benefactors of these activities will include program technical decision makers, SE practitioners, system developers, and system acquirers.
Mr. Alan R. Brown
The Boeing Company
Committee Lead Researchers
Mr. Joseph P. Elm
Study of Systems Engineering Effectiveness Working Group
Software Engineering Institute
Dr. Tom Christian
Mr. Mike McLendon
NDIA System Development Performance Measurement Report, December 2011
Systems Engineering Effectiveness Study, December 2008
Systemic Root Cause Analysis (of program failures), March 2009