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This book explains key project management concepts and illustrates how to integrate them successfully into the systems engineering process. This book uses a practical and integrative approach to enable readers to understand and implement project planning, cost and sensitivity analyses, leadership and team building, requirements analysis and allocation, and principles of systems architecting. The book relates project management and systems engineering by demonstrating how systems engineering actually fits into the overall structure of a project.
 
This book explains key project management concepts and illustrates how to integrate them successfully into the systems engineering process. This book uses a practical and integrative approach to enable readers to understand and implement project planning, cost and sensitivity analyses, leadership and team building, requirements analysis and allocation, and principles of systems architecting. The book relates project management and systems engineering by demonstrating how systems engineering actually fits into the overall structure of a project.
  
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Eisner, H. 2008. Essentials of Project and Systems Engineering Management, 3rd ed. New York, NY, USA: John Wiley & Sons.

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This book explains key project management concepts and illustrates how to integrate them successfully into the systems engineering process. This book uses a practical and integrative approach to enable readers to understand and implement project planning, cost and sensitivity analyses, leadership and team building, requirements analysis and allocation, and principles of systems architecting. The book relates project management and systems engineering by demonstrating how systems engineering actually fits into the overall structure of a project.

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