By John Ruffa — Successful systems engineering requires more than technical knowledge.
Innovation and practicality ...
Lessons from Torino
Believing in Science and Progress
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By John Ruffa
Successful systems engineering requires more than technical knowledge.
By Haley Stephenson and Matthew Kohut
Ingenuity and discipline make a "faster, good enough, cheaper" mission possible.
By Cathy Peddie
A good project deputy can be a sidekick, sounding board, devil's advocate, coach, and mediator.
By Kerry Ellis
Building water-treatment systems in Rwanda helps engineers solve problems in space.
By Harvey Schabes
Unexpectedly thrust into a leadership role, the author makes a difficult decision.
By Virginia Greiman
Size, complexity, and unforeseen challenges led to cost increases on Boston's Big Dig.
By Warren Moos, Dennis McCarthy, and Jeffrey Kruk
Faced with cancellation of the Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer, the team found a lower-cost way to achieve their aims.
By T.J. Elliott
By Don Cohen
By Bo Schwerin
By Ron Taylor