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Implementation Strategy

Successful Service Design for Telecommunications: A comprehensive guide to design and implementation, None

This chapter contains sections titled: What is Implementation? What is an Implementation Strategy? Why Do We Need an Implementation Strategy? What Are the Steps and Approach to Take When Defining an Implementation Strategy? Implementation Strategy Example


Value Sensitive Design and Information Systems

The Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics, None

This chapter contains sections titled:IntroductionWhat is Value Sensitive Design?The Tripartite Methodology: Conceptual, Empirical, and Technical InvestigationsValue Sensitive Design in Practice: Three Case StudiesValue Sensitive Design's Constellation of FeaturesPractical Suggestions for Using Value Sensitive DesignConclusionAcknowledgmentsReferences


Architecture Definition and Design Definition

Systems Engineering of Software-Enabled Systems, None

This chapter provides readers with the opportunity to learn principles and practices of architecture definition and design definition and the techniques used to control the complexity of system architecture and design. It covers architecture definition, design definition, and the Realistic Corporation driving system simulator (RC‐DSS) case study. The System Modeling Language (SysML) provides notations that can be used to define ...


The Integrated‐Iterative‐Incremental System Development Model

Systems Engineering of Software-Enabled Systems, None

This chapter introduces the capabilities‐based integrated‐iterative‐incremental (I‐cubed or I3) system development model that integrates incremental development of physical elements and iterative development of software elements for software‐enabled physical systems. It provides the opportunity for readers to gain an understanding of capabilities‐based requirements definition and model‐based and simulation systems engineering (M&SBSE;) system realization. Business/mission analysis and stakeholder's requirements/system capabilities definition are ...


INTERNET OF THINGS BUSINESS MODELS

Internet of Things and Data Analytics Handbook, None

Almost all businesses are aware of the potential gains that the Internet of Things (IoT) has to offer, but are unsure of how to approach it. This article proposes a business model that builds on Turber et al., (2014) [1]. The model consists of three dimensions: “Who, Where, and Why”. “Who” describes collaborating partners, which builds the “Value Network”. “Where” ...


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IEEE.tv Videos

Opening Forum Discussion With Catherine A. Novelli And Houlin Zhao - Global Connect Stakeholders: Advancing Solutions
World Cafe & Discussion Report Session #2 - Global Connect Stakeholders: Advancing Solutions
Day One Wrap Up - Internet Inclusion: Global Connect Stakeholders Advancing Solutions, Washington DC, 2016
Final Remarks From Marina Ruggieri - Global Connect Stakeholders: Advancing Solutions
World Cafe & Discussion Report Session #1 - Global Connect Stakeholders: Advancing Solutions
Welcoming Remarks from Marina Ruggieri - Global Connect Stakeholders: Advancing Solutions
White House CTO Megan Smith Shares Event Vision - Global Connect Stakeholders: Advancing Solutions
Lightning Talk On Strategies For Supporting Better Connectivity - Global Connect Stakeholders: Advancing Solutions
Lightning Talk On Regional Status, Technologies And The Unconnected - Global Connect Stakeholders: Advancing Solutions
Close of Meeting - Internet Inclusion: Global Connect Stakeholders Advancing Solutions, Washington DC, 2016
Day Two Opening Remarks by Megan Smith - Internet Inclusion: Global Connect Stakeholders Advancing Solutions, Washington DC, 2016
Connecting the Next Billion - Internet Inclusion: Advancing Solutions
Working Panel Wrap-Up On Advancing The Solutions - Global Connect Stakeholders: Advancing Solutions
State of Internet Inclusion - Internet Inclusion: Global Connect Stakeholders Advancing Solutions, Washington DC, 2016
Welcoming Remarks - Internet Inclusion: Global Connect Stakeholders Advancing Solutions, Washington DC, 2016
IMS 2014 Enabling Technologies and Architectures for 5G Wireless
JS Deepak Keynote at Internet Inclusion: Advancing Solutions, Delhi, 2016
Converged Edge Infrastructure: Edge, Networks & Slicing - Geetha Ram - B5GS 2019
Roundtable: Technologists Connection - Internet Inclusion: Global Connect Stakeholders Advancing Solutions, Washington DC, 2016
Summary and Next Steps - Internet Inclusion: Global Connect Stakeholders Advancing Solutions, Washington DC, 2016

IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Implementation Strategy

    This chapter contains sections titled: What is Implementation? What is an Implementation Strategy? Why Do We Need an Implementation Strategy? What Are the Steps and Approach to Take When Defining an Implementation Strategy? Implementation Strategy Example

  • Value Sensitive Design and Information Systems

    This chapter contains sections titled:IntroductionWhat is Value Sensitive Design?The Tripartite Methodology: Conceptual, Empirical, and Technical InvestigationsValue Sensitive Design in Practice: Three Case StudiesValue Sensitive Design's Constellation of FeaturesPractical Suggestions for Using Value Sensitive DesignConclusionAcknowledgmentsReferences

  • Architecture Definition and Design Definition

    This chapter provides readers with the opportunity to learn principles and practices of architecture definition and design definition and the techniques used to control the complexity of system architecture and design. It covers architecture definition, design definition, and the Realistic Corporation driving system simulator (RC‐DSS) case study. The System Modeling Language (SysML) provides notations that can be used to define system requirements, system architectures, and system designs. The three SysML diagrams for defining system structure are: package diagrams; block definition diagrams; and Internal block diagrams. The four SysML diagrams for defining system behavior are illustrated for the driving system simulator case study. They are: sequence diagrams, activity diagrams, state machine diagrams, and use case diagrams. The chapter illustrates various kinds of SysML diagrams that can be used to define the RC‐DSS architecture (structure and behavior). It also presents design considerations for the vehicle cabin and other elements of the architecture.

  • The Integrated‐Iterative‐Incremental System Development Model

    This chapter introduces the capabilities‐based integrated‐iterative‐incremental (I‐cubed or I3) system development model that integrates incremental development of physical elements and iterative development of software elements for software‐enabled physical systems. It provides the opportunity for readers to gain an understanding of capabilities‐based requirements definition and model‐based and simulation systems engineering (M&SBSE;) system realization. Business/mission analysis and stakeholder's requirements/system capabilities definition are grouped together in I3 Phase 1 to indicate an iterative approach to analysis and definition. As indicated, system capabilities are derived from stakeholders' requirements and system requirements are defined for each of the system capabilities. Simulated elements, interfaces, and connections are replaced for each of the capabilities realized during each incremental subphase. Depending on the nature of a capability being realized, realization of a physical element may proceed ahead of realizing the software needed for the capability. Decomposing a complex system capability into smaller units may facilitate synchronization of element realizations.

  • INTERNET OF THINGS BUSINESS MODELS

    Almost all businesses are aware of the potential gains that the Internet of Things (IoT) has to offer, but are unsure of how to approach it. This article proposes a business model that builds on Turber et al., (2014) [1]. The model consists of three dimensions: “Who, Where, and Why”. “Who” describes collaborating partners, which builds the “Value Network”. “Where” describes sources of value co‐creation rooted in the layer model of digitized objects, and “Why” describes how partners benefit from collaborating within the value network. With the intention of addressing “How”, the proposed framework has integrated the IoT strategy category, tactics, and value chain elements. The framework was then validated through the case studies of some successful players of Hong Kong.

  • Values by Design in the Algorithmic Era

    This introduction to applied ethics in systems design provides a sense of how technologists and businesses can evolve their thinking about manufacturing AI or AS products in the algorithmic era. Presents methods for identifying, analyzing, and operationalizing moral, societal and legal values in the context of AI projects, in explicit and verifiable ways to enable inspection and stakeholder participation.

  • Ethical Issues of Information and Business

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Approaches to Ethical Issues in Business and Information Microlevel Influence of Business on Ethics and Information The Macrolevel Influence of Business on Ethics and Information Conclusion References

  • PERFECTING YOUR PITCH

    This chapter explains how to identify the parts of a successful pitch, and relates the elements of a compelling narrative to one's experience. A pitch drives one's audience to a specific action through a brief snapshot of a larger idea. The chapter provides a template for building a narrative that illustrates a tangible example and offers the framework for the next time one pitches a project. Making the case for his/her project involves three elements: an essential truth, tangible examples, and a call to action. Stories are powerful because they are easy to remember. Cognitive psychologists who study fluency note that the ideas that require the least amount of cognitive effort tend to be the ideas people transmit more often. Each story constructed with the STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Result) method should take 30–60 seconds total. These scenarios are used as tangible examples in the upcoming pitch formula.

  • Project management tools-beyond the basics

    This is the third in a series of articles about tools for management of projects. In the first one I promised to discuss software tools. I will do that, but not in this article. The second one covered some very basic tools, which are frequently used by project managers. Here we will cover a few more of the tools listed in the initial article. These are also very commonly used tools, but not always employed by beginners or those handling fairly simple projects. It is worth considering their use, though, because they can help avoid some potentially serious problems, making progress much smoother. Let's take a look at: Risk Register, Stakeholder Register.

  • IoT ARCHITECTURE

    While the architecture pattern is a concept, the Internet of Things (IoT) Architecture can be used as a reference for the application architecture. Such reference architecture provides a common terminology and concepts, to ensure that the different stakeholders are communicating at the same level. This chapter looks at the area of Enterprise Architecture (EA) which has been around for 25‐30 years now. It provides an example of the Business Architecture or the Marketing view of the Architecture or commonly referred as markitecture. Markitecture is important to plan a real‐world project with a business goal and monetization in mind. A functional architecture can be used by the different experts such as the business subject matter experts (SMEs); software engineers and IoT architects are able to create the blueprint of the IoT architecture solution. This is the big picture stage that helps to model the functional landscape.



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