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A book on Project Management of Complex and Embedded Systems:

A book on Project Management of Complex and Embedded Systems 1 Website: http://www.valuetransform.com/ Contact details: (336) 484-1528 1211 Heath Church Road Lexington, NC 27292

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A review on this book… The combined experience of the two authors in the book Project Management of Complex and Embedded Systems : Ensuring Product Integrity and Program Quality has been displayed with the use of project management concepts, tools, and methods. While many texts exist of the project management discipline, the focus of complex and embedded systems is lacking. Kim Pries and Jon Quigley fill this gap in such a way that the concepts, processes and management for those in the automotive field are evident and written so that other fields can take use and apply for their own management environment. This Project Management of Complex and Embedded Systems book is focused toward the processes of the automotive industry and gives light to how much more is placed on project managers in this field. A section on Risk is very detailed and useful for planning and reducing the risks that are faced on any project. The Appendix in this text provides a vast amount of information and tools that can assist any project manager. For more information, visit: http://www.valuetransform.com/products-page/example-category/project-management-of-complex-and-embedded-systems 2

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Book Summary 3 Project Management of Complex and Embedded Systems : Ensuring product integrity and program quality uses proven project management methods, as well as elements of IEEE embedded software development techniques, to explain how to deliver a reliable complex system to market. Project Management of Complex and Embedded Systems book then delves into the specific project stages: concept, product development, process development, validation of the product and process, and release to production. Finally, post-project stages are explored, including failure reporting, analysis, corrective actions, and product support. The book draws heavily on information from department of defense sources as well as systems developed by the automotive industry action group (AIAG), general motors, chrysler , and ford to standardize the approach to designing and developing new products. These automotive development and production ideas have universal value, particularly the concept of process and design controls. For more information, visit: http://www.valuetransform.com/products-page/example-category/project-management-of-complex-and-embedded-systems

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