Case studies have been used for decades in medicine, law, and business to help students learn fundamentals and to help practitioners improve their practice. A is used to show the alignment of systems engineering case studies to specific areas of the SEBoK. This matrix is intended to provide linkages between each implementation example to the discussion of the systems engineering principles illustrated. The selection of case studies cover a variety of sources, domains, and geographic locations. Both effective and ineffective use of systems engineering principles are illustrated.
Name: Masahiro Tabata (pictured below)
Company: Green Works Inc
Link to Case Study on Company Website: (link available soon)
Chris Elliot Editor Case Study Implementing a Social Media Strateg Chris Elliot Editor Case Study Implementing a Social Media Strategy for the Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health
The Journal of Legal Studies Education quot JLSE quot is accepting article and case study submissions The JLSE is a peer reviewed legal journal focused on Business Law Prof Blog
The United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has a catalog of more than fifty NASA-related case studies (NASA 2011). These case studies include insights about both program management and systems engineering. Varying in the level of detail, topics addressed, and source organization, these case studies are used to enhance learning at workshops, training, retreats, and conferences. The use of case studies is viewed as important by NASA since "organizational learning takes place when knowledge is shared in usable ways among organizational members. Knowledge is most usable when it is contextual" (NASA 2011). Case study teaching is a method for sharing contextual knowledge to enable reapplication of lessons learned. The is from this catalog.
This framework forms the basis of the case study analysis carried out by the AF CSE. Two of these case studies are highlighted in this SEBoK section, the and the .
All are venture capital funded and consequently they either rely on member subscriptions or they commoditise their members by putting on their biographical data, shares and . In the latter case they depend on members to befriend and be befriended, follow and be followed, feed news and be fed news. Google+ is Google’s answer to Facebook. Facebook probably needs no introduction, and rumours of may or may not be exaggerated. At any rate there is currently a disaffection with advert-saturated intrusive business models where members generate profitable content and everybody but the members seems to profit. Ello and Tsu are two such responses. So how do they compare?
For the SEBoK, articles include an introduction and analysis of an existing case study, with references to the full external case study. A full list of case studies can be found below. To read the introductory article on case studies, please click .
Journal of Clinical Orthodontics Publishes Case Study Highlighting The Journal of Clinical Orthodontics published results from Accelerated Orthodontics Using Pulsatile Forces in Orthognathic Surgical Patients a case
Masahiro from in Japan is an enthusiastic user of CommandFusion products. He recently sent us this case study of a recent installation he carried out at a residence in Tokyo, Japan.
According to the Wall Street Journal Harvard Business School HBS is creating a new kind of case study program that illustrates high profile companies Patently Apple