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This was the second publication of the "regimen" for complex systems engineering. Full papers were not required so this constitutes a PowerPoint chart presentation but with Notes Pages. The most significant of the eight regimen activities is Reward Results. This emphasizes the virtue of waiting for, recognizing, and supporting desirable outcomes instead of paying in advance for perceived promises which often do not materialize.  
 
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Kuras, M.L., and B.E. White. 2005. "Engineering Enterprises Using Complex-Systems Engineering." Annotated presentation at 15th Annual International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) International Symposium, July 10-15, 2005, Rochester, NY, USA.

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This was the second publication of the "regimen" for complex systems engineering. Full papers were not required so this constitutes a PowerPoint chart presentation but with Notes Pages. The most significant of the eight regimen activities is Reward Results. This emphasizes the virtue of waiting for, recognizing, and supporting desirable outcomes instead of paying in advance for perceived promises which often do not materialize.

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