Presentation - FY11 Goals Cascade by yurtgc548

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									 SWE FY11 Goals & Cascade

              Draft for Discussion:

1. FY11 goal actions to be filled out by the BOD and
          discussed at the July BOD t-con
   (missing goals from Dir of PD, Dir of Education
               and Senate Speaker)

      2. Then BOD will cascade this at BOD1



Version: July 29,, 2010
  FY11 Theme – Shaping Lives


• As we get inspired by the different successes
  that women engineers have achieved during the
  past 60 years, we, as SWE, will continue to build
  history together for another 60 years to come.

• Together we are shaping lives.




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  FY11 Theme – Shaping Lives (cont.)

• FY11 Theme: Shaping Lives
• Subthemes
  • Nurturing your dreams
  • Anchoring your journey
  • Empowering your success


• Have has SWE shaped your life?
• How have the SWE members shaped others’
  lives through
  • the products and services they have provide in their
    professions,
  • the SWE outreach activities, growth and professional
    development opportunities, networking, etc.

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    FY11 Strategic Goals & Objectives
                          GOAL #1 – Growing the Profession – Outreach

There is an increase in women choosing to enter the engineering and technology profession

Objective 1.4 - Increase the impact of outreach activities by training a minimum of 1,000 members
on messaging to all STEM stakeholders. (FY10 and FY11 Focus)

                                GOAL #2 – Professional Excellence

Women in engineering and technology excel professionally, and their achievements are showcased and
valued

Objective 2.2 - Offer quality of professional development programs for all career stages and sectors as
measured by program survey results. (FY09, FY10, and FY11 Focus)

                                   GOAL #3 – Industry Catalyst

SWE is a catalyst for changing the professional climate to enable women in engineering and technology
to excel

Objective 3.4 - Increase the number of discussions on SWE’s position papers with industry,
government, and academic influencers by 20%. (FY09, FY10, and FY11)

                              GOAL #4 – Inclusive Global Community

Women in Engineering and Technology and SWE stakeholders find value in SWE as a diverse, inclusive,
global community
Objective 4.1 - Improve the SWE membership and leadership profile to reflect the demographics of
women in engineering and technology. (FY10 and FY11 Focus)
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Goal #1-Growing the Profession – Outreach
Actions

1.4 Increase the impact of outreach activities by
    training a minimum of 1,000 members on
    messaging to all STEM stakeholders.
    (FY10 and FY11 Focus) Owner: Dir of Education


1.   Host one outreach activity per section (Director of
     Regions)


2.   EXAMPLE: Train 1,000 members in outreach by end
     of FY11…




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Goal #2-Professional Excellence
Actions

2.2 Offer quality of professional development
    programs for all career stages and sectors as
    measured by program survey results.
    (FY09, FY10, and FY11 Focus) Owner: Dir of PD


1. Offer one CEU course in each region, either at a region
     conference or a section event by FY11 or FY12 (Dir of
     Regions)


2.   Example: Offer 25 PD webinars by end of FY11… (Dir of
     PD and HQ) ….




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Goal #3-Industry Catalyst
Actions
3.4 Increase the number of discussions on SWE’s
    position papers with industry, government, and
    academic influencers by 20%.
    (FY09, FY10, and FY11 Focus) Owner: Dir of
    Emerging Initiaves


1.       Host a roundtable of academia, industry and
         government in the spring in conjunction with ASEE
         and CVD
     •      Release a statement about the outcomes of the roundtable to
            relevant groups (including House White Office of Science and
            Technology)·

2.       Increase “new inter-society” initiatives or
         partnerships



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 Goal #4-Inclusive Global Community
 Actions
4.1 Improve the SWE membership and leadership
    profile to reflect the demographics of women in
    engineering and technology.
    (FY10 and FY11 Focus) Owner: Dir of Regions & Dir
    of Membership Initiatives


1.   Exceed the 20,894 membership goal in FY11 (the FY11
     budget was based on the FY09 membership results)
2.   Develop a PowerPoint presentation on the leadership
     pipeline process to debut at the region joint business
     meetings at WE10 and role out to sections immediately
     after WE10
3.   Ensure there are a minimum of two Webinars in FY11 on
     work/life balance or diversity

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  Business As Usual & On-going
  Goals/Initiatives
FY11 Treasurer Goals:
1. Increase the PDG's that are awarded in FY11 from
   $40,000 to $100,000
2. Complete the Strategic Financial Planning per the Task
   Force deliverables and deadlines
3. Optimize the sending and/or reporting on financial
   information so the information is appropriate to manage
   the society without creating a lot of non-valued added
   work

FY11 Secretary Goals:
1. Complete rewrite of Secretary's Procedure to current
   practices
2. Completion of posting documents to Governance Site
3. White paper of future of Secretary's position
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  Business As Usual & On-going
  Goals/Initiatives
President Elect (PE)
1. Establish detailed plan for CPC, BOD, BOT, RG and CLF
   meetings for summer 2011 and for president reception by
   May 30, 2011
2. Complete program and services assessments by Jan
   15 (with feedback from Nov 2 session) and drive BOD
   approval of FY12 goals and objectives by April 1
3. Drive BOD approval of updated environmental scan by
   May 1

BOD
1. Create leadership membership challenge goal -
   BOD·
2. Generate $15k in donations for each of BOD and
   leadership challenge – ALL·
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  Business As Usual & On-going
  Goals/Initiatives
CBR Goals
1. Assist in making the Collegiate Director position
   permanent and prepare the communication after Senate
   approval at WE10·
2. Identify ways to improve transition between collegiate
   members to professional member and propose potential
   improvements in time for graduation of this year.
   Measure success by change in retention of collegiate
   members during the transition from collegiate to
   professional.·
3. Mentor collegians by encouraging communication and
   actively reaching out through RCRs




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  Business As Usual & On-going
  Goals/Initiatives
Dir of Regions
1. Institute a recognition program for bylaws completion
    with awards presented at WE10, FY11 region
    conferences, and WE11 (Owner: Director of Regions,
    Bylaws committee) [See Notes]



Senate Speaker
1. …




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  Business As Usual & On-going
  Goals/Initiatives
Examples:
• Provide BOD with feedback on SWE services
   from regions/sections (Owner: Speaker of
   Senate)
• Commission task force on CRF levels / SWE
   reserves (Owner: Speaker of Senate)
•




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