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Agile Systems Engineering in practice

From a theoretical perspective there are a number of different views and variations on what SE exactly means and "how it should be done". SE tends to be explained and implemented differently in every branch or culture. Next to this over the years many contradictions have been told about SE. What to believe? When am I doing it right?

Just by saying you practice Systems Engineering, will not fundamentally change anything. The most things will stay the same of even get worse. Applying SE in the right way does not happen just like that, it often is a learning exercise.

Based on our knowledge about SE in combination with our experience with the application of SE in multiple branches (and countries), we can help you in embedding SE practices in your daily business. No new job types or re-design of your processes. No, just do the job faster and better with help of simple insights and powerful techniques.

Do you want to know more about how Synergio's Systems Engineering services can help your organisation? Please contact Synergio via e-mail info@synergio.nl or telephone +31 (0)85 2735185.

A good requirement specification

By documenting the requirement specification using the principles of SE you can make your solutions better match the needs of the customer, the business or even society. With help of the requirements specification you want to provide a clear description of the problem, the boundaries and the intended scope. With this you are in a good position to play the Q&A game with the market and pick the best solution with a high price/quality ratio.

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Seven SE myths


“It ain’t what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It’s what
you know for sure that just ain’t so.” - Mark Twain 1835-1910.

In our perception a good example of the fact the in the SE community still a lot of subjective opinions go round and " in the land of the blind, one-eye is king" . In principle, discussions and opinions are truly valuable, but know that time to get lost becomes less and less. (Article by Joseph E. Kasser, Visiting Associate Professor, Temasek Defence Systems  Institute, National University of Singapore)

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