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The author has spent approximately 50 years in the field of systems engineering. This Focus book provides a looking back at his 50-year run and the lessons he learned and would like to share with other engineers, so they can use these lessons in their day-to-day work in systems engineering and related fields. The book is written from a systems engineering perspective. It offers 50 lessons learned working for a variety of different companies, which can be used across many other engineering fields. The book will be of interested to students and engineers across many fields, as well as students and engineers working in business and management fields.
|Publication date:||14th July 2020|
|Author:||Howard (Professor Emeritus, The George Washington University, DC) Eisner|
|Publisher:||CRC Press an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd|
|Categories:||Product design, Hydraulic engineering, Technology: general issues, Other manufacturing technologies, Engineering: general, Project management, Production engineering, Engineering: general,|
Howard Eisner spent 30 years in industry and 24 years in academia. In the former, he was a working engineer, manager, executive (at ORI, Inc. and the Atlantic Research Corporation) and president of two high-tech companies (Intercon Systems and the Atlantic Research Services Company). In academia he was a professor of engineering management and a distinguished research professor in the Engineering School at The George Washington University (GWU). At GWU he taught courses in systems engineering, technical enterprises, project management, modulation and noise and information theory. He has written nine books that relate to engineering, systems, and management. He has also given ...More About Howard (Professor Emeritus, The George Washington University, DC) Eisner