The Comprehensive Guide to Successfully Adopting Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)

Sadly, the attempts by many organizations to successfully adopt MBSE often end in failure. The process of adopting an innovative approach like MBSE and moving to a data-centric practice of systems engineering could be considered a project in its own right. There have been numerous studies and reports concerning specific factors as to why projects fail, and those associated with projects that succeed. To successfully adopt MBSE, these factors must be carefully considered. 

In this whitepaper, we cover:  

  • Key factors associated with successfully adopting MBSE  

  • What it means to practice systems engineering from a data-centric perspective  

  • A methodology to define a roadmap tailored to your organization  

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