Configuration Management in GENESYS: Part II

Welcome back to my discussion on configuration management in GENESYS! In my last post on this subject I went through a couple of different concepts, starting with the different levels of data that GENESYS is tracking in regard to changes, then onto the concept of baselining and finally revisioning your …

To Be Or Not To Be – Logical: An Architectural Reference

Over the years, I have seen and heard the word “architecture” used countless numbers of times and ways. Typically, the discussion is from the standpoint of talking about the structure of something. The word “architecture” always seems to be preceded by an adjective like system, electrical, software, or product. While …

Conflict is Your Friend: Dispatches from IS 2021, Part I

The 31st INCOSE International Symposium is now in the record books, and many of us are sifting through the content value that we acquired during the conference. I was fortunate to have presented two closely-related presentations on the “professional competencies” (a.k.a. “soft skills”) of conflict management (Conflict is Your Friend) …