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Network Enabled Capability Through Innovative Systems Engineering - Harrier Report, NEC-TLSM-D-(02), Issue 1

Pryce, Michael

Manchester, England: University of Manchester; 2009. Report No. NEC-TLSM-D-(02).

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Abstract

The aim of this study was to investigate the Harrier programme in order to understand management practices within complex and uncertain environments. One of the stated outcomes of this exercise would be to address the requirements of BAE Systems MAS in order to identify good practice, challenges, lessons learned etc., and to make recommendations for improvement. This case study involved: · Reviewing publicly available material relating to the Harrier programme · Conducting a series of interviews with key decision makers from BAE Systems’ Harrier engineering team · Identification of key themes emerging from the interviews · Producing a report of the research and its findings

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Manchester, England
Report number:
NEC-TLSM-D-(02)
Total pages:
24
Abstract:
The aim of this study was to investigate the Harrier programme in order to understand management practices within complex and uncertain environments. One of the stated outcomes of this exercise would be to address the requirements of BAE Systems MAS in order to identify good practice, challenges, lessons learned etc., and to make recommendations for improvement. This case study involved: · Reviewing publicly available material relating to the Harrier programme · Conducting a series of interviews with key decision makers from BAE Systems’ Harrier engineering team · Identification of key themes emerging from the interviews · Producing a report of the research and its findings

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Manchester eScholar ID:
uk-ac-man-scw:92841
Created by:
Pryce, Michael
Created:
19th October, 2010, 10:29:44
Last modified:
28th November, 2014, 21:25:31

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