I very much enjoyed the SCORE workshop in Salem 10/29/09.
I am in the process of writing a book about good industrial practices based on my 30 years of experience at TEK and HP, as well as 10 years of college teaching. I expect it to be ~120 pages long. My intent is to be personal, concise, and informative.
Last winter I put together a wikibook as part of a graded course - lots of student help. It suffers from lack of editing (my bad) and I don't think anybody has looked at it but me, so I question its utility. But some of the content is very good. http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Concurrent_Engineering
You made a comment that book publishing may not be the best way to publish. What would you recommend?
Peter M. Burke, Ph.D.
Burke Technical Consulting LLC