31st Annual National Conference of the American Society for Engineering Management 2010 : (ASEM 2010), Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA, 13-16 October 2010.
31st Annual National Conference of the American Society for Engineering Management 2010, ASEM 2010; Fayetteville, AR; United States; 13 - 16 October 2010
The scope of this paper is the exploration of fundamental issues in identifying risk scenarios during systems development. Systems development refers to a series of processes which span conceptualization, designing the architecture, obtaining the elements, and eventually integrating all these elements into the fully developed final system. For truly sustainable and green systems, identifying risk scenarios early and continuously over the system development processes is vital. This paper contains various descriptions of risk from the project (i.e. programmatic) and technical perspectives, an exploration of the generally accepted risk management process, and how these relate to systems development through system goals. The paper shows the importance of goal and anti-goal analyses in the early identification of risk scenarios towards the development of truly sustainable systems. This result is critical for engineering managers and systems engineers who want to make risk management an integral part of the systems development process.
Original Publication Citation
Pinto, C. A., Tolk, A., & Landaeta, R. (2010). Goal approach to risk scenario identification in systems development. 31st Annual National Conference of the American Society for Engineering Management 2010, ASEM 2010; Fayetteville, AR; United States; 13 - 16 October 2010 (pp. 361-366). American Society for Engineering Management.
Pinto, Cesar Ariel; Tolk, Andreas; and Landaeta, Rafael, "Goal Approach to Risk Scenario Identification in Systems Development" (2010). Engineering Management & Systems Engineering Faculty Publications. 83.