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INCOSE Orlando General Meeting

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									INCOSE Orlando
 Chapter Meeting

 Februrary 19, 2003
2004 Chapter Officers
• President: Mark Biddle, SAIC
• Vice-President: Judith Feliciano, Lockheed Martin Missile Systems
• Secretary: Becky Matz, SAIC
• Treasurer: Les Habel, SAIC
• Past-President: Becky Matz, SAIC
• Board of Directors: Mark Biddle, Becky Matz, Jack Baumgardner
  (NAVAIR Orlando), Ed Smith (PEO STRI), William Beebe (SAIC),
  Judith Feliciano, John Boardman (Elipsis)
    Financial/Membership
            Status
• Orlando Chapter Status
   – Budget
      • Account Balance: $1751.58 checking, $50 share
      • $257.13 was deducted for Christmas raffle
   – Membership/Attendance:
      • Attendance January: 13 members, 11 guests = 24
        • Attendance December: 13 members, 3 guests = 16
        • Attendance November: 7 members, 8 guests = 15
        •   Tonight’s meeting: 9 members, 12 guests = 21 RSVPs.
        •   Members: 38 (4 new members!) 3 Lockheed Martin, 1 SAIC
        •   Students: 6 (1 new member!) UCF
        •   Lapsed (since 9/01): 58 (No change)
Tonight’s Presentation
• INCOSE Overview.
   – Organization
   – Message from INCOSE President
   – International Workshop Working Groups
   – International Symposium 2006
   – Orlando Chapter Plan

• Speaker: Mark Biddle
   –   Director of Systems Engineering SAIC TSS Business Unit
   –   4+ yrs SAIC
   –   4 Yrs NAVAIR Orlando
   –   8.5 Yrs NUWC Norfolk
   –   MS Engineering Mgmt, BS EE
WHERE IS INCOSE TODAY ? TOMORROW ?

      INCOSE‘s GROWTH IS IMPRESSIVE !




                                 Growth with and wo SESA
INCOSE Intl Workshop
• Where: Portland Oregon
• When: Sat Jan 25- Wed Jan 28
• What:
  – New INCOSE officers
  – Working group meetings
  – Planning for ongoing efforts.
INCOSE Organization

• New Officers were installed.
   – http://www.incose.org/who.html
• INCOSE Web Site
   – http://www.incose.org/
      2004 INCOSE Officers




                                                                                            Heinz Stoewer
                                                                                              President
 Dave Walden
                                                      Patrick Hale
  CAB Chair                   Bruce Shelton            Treasurer Paul Robataille
                              Member Board
                                                                   President Elect
                                Co-Chair

PRESENTATION TO THE MEMBERSHIP BY HEINZ STOEWER, INCOSE PRESIDENT, JAN 2004 – JAN 2006, INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 2004
           Heinz Stoewer
         INCOSE President




PRESENTATION TO THE MEMBERSHIP BY HEINZ STOEWER, INCOSE PRESIDENT, JAN 2004 – JAN 2006, INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 2004
PRESENTATION TO THE MEMBERSHIP BY HEINZ STOEWER, INCOSE PRESIDENT, JAN 2004 – JAN 2006, INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 2004
                                                                          If you do what
                                                                          you always did,
                                                                          the way you
                                                                          always did it….



                                                                            With credits to Jim Sturges, LMC


PRESENTATION TO THE MEMBERSHIP BY HEINZ STOEWER, INCOSE PRESIDENT, JAN 2004 – JAN 2006, INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 2004
  COMPETITIVE PORTFOLIOS !                                                                 Ref.: D. Davidts


                              100 %
                                                                         Position of
                                                                          market
                                                                          leaders
      Market attractiveness




                              50 %




                                                                                      Competitors
                                      Discontinue !
                              0%                                                                 100 %
                                                       50 %         Competitiveness

PRESENTATION TO THE MEMBERSHIP BY HEINZ STOEWER, INCOSE PRESIDENT, JAN 2004 – JAN 2006, INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 2004
  SYSTEMS ENGINEERING IN FORMER
                  (?) TIMES
  The “classical” Paper Team Working Style




                                                                                Ref: Ralf Hartmann, Astrium
PRESENTATION TO THE MEMBERSHIP BY HEINZ STOEWER, INCOSE PRESIDENT, JAN 2004 – JAN 2006, INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 2004
                 „MODERN“
        CONCURRENT CONCEPTUAL DESIGN
                  FACILITY




PRESENTATION TO THE MEMBERSHIP BY HEINZ STOEWER, INCOSE PRESIDENT, JAN 2004 – JAN 2006, INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 2004
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING COVERS DESIGN
          AND PROCESS -
    BUT MUST FOCUS ON THE „END
            PRODUCT“

                         SYSTEMS
                       ARCHITECTURE
                         & DESIGN

                                                                               PRODUCT



                      IMPLEMENTATION
                         PROCESS




PRESENTATION TO THE MEMBERSHIP BY HEINZ STOEWER, INCOSE PRESIDENT, JAN 2004 – JAN 2006, INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 2004
     WHAT I ADMIRE: SIMPLE SOLUTIONS -
               WHICH CAN DO THE JOB




PRESENTATION TO THE MEMBERSHIP BY HEINZ STOEWER, INCOSE PRESIDENT, JAN 2004 – JAN 2006, INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 2004
                    SOME NINE QUESTIONS
- DO WE PROPERLY CATER TO THE COMMERCIAL SECTORS OF INDUSTRY?

- ARE WE SUFFICIENTLY FOCUSED UPON RESULTS VS PROCEDURES?

- DO WE HAVE AN EFFECTIVE RESEARCH STRATEGY AND AGENDA?

- ARE WE FOCUSED ON MARKET DEMAND FOR OUR PRODUCTS?

- IS THERE PROPER INTERACTION BETWEEN CHAPTERS AND „CENTRAL“?

- IS THERE GOOD ALIGNMENT BETWEEN OUR LEADERSHIP BODIES?

- ARE WE ALREADY A GENUINE „INTERNATIONAL“ ORGANIZATION?

- ARE OUR DAY TO DAY ACTIVITIES SUFFICIENTLY CONNECTED WITH OUR
  STRATEGIC VISION?

- DO WE HAVE SUFFICIENT RECOGNITION AT LEADERSHIP LEVELS IN
  INDUSTRY, GOVERNMENT, ACADEMIA, PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES ?



PRESENTATION TO THE MEMBERSHIP BY HEINZ STOEWER, INCOSE PRESIDENT, JAN 2004 – JAN 2006, INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 2004
             „AGENDA 2006“
      WITH THREE MAJOR
           THEMES
   THEME 1: HIGH VALUE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES FOR INCOSE
                                     - THE PREREQUISITES


   THEME 2: OUTREACH, OUTREACH, OUTREACH !
                                        - THE ENABLERS


   THEME 3: ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                        - THE ENGINE



PRESENTATION TO THE MEMBERSHIP BY HEINZ STOEWER, INCOSE PRESIDENT, JAN 2004 – JAN 2006, INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 2004
             NEVER EVER GIVE UP !!




                                                           Ref: Daniel Borel,
                                                           Chairman & Founder of Logitech, 2002



PRESENTATION TO THE MEMBERSHIP BY HEINZ STOEWER, INCOSE PRESIDENT, JAN 2004 – JAN 2006, INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 2004
Chapters Working Group
• Chapter officers get together to discuss ways to improve
  chapters.
• Orlando Chapter is in Region V.
• Region Rep is Jonette Stecklein
   – jonette.m.stecklein1@jsc.nasa.gov
• Efforts: Make chapter events and presentations available
  on the INCOSE web site, provide member reflector,
  inform chapters of visiting INCOSE “luminaries”, provide
  consultation to chapters, new web site.
• Surveys: http://www.surveymonkey.com
Chapter Regions
      http://www.incose.org/chap.html
Other WGs
•   Anti-Terrorism International (ATIWG)
•   Certification (CWG)
•   Model Driven System Design (MDSD)
•   IEEE-1220 Revision (IEEE)
•   Measurement (MWG)
•   Requirements (RMW)
•   Risk Management (RMWG)
•   SE Handbook V3
•   SE Management (SEM)
•   SE Process Improvements
•   Space Systems (SSWG)
•   Tools Database (TDWG)
•   Tools Integration & Interoperability (TIIWG)
Requirements WG
•     New WG Chair – Colin Ingamells
•     WG Charter, Vision, Scope, Objectives.
•     Requirements Questions for the SE Certification.
•     Operational Concepts (AIAA)
•     AP 233 Requirements Model.
•     Relationship of Requirements to Architecture.

    http://www.ecdel.org.au/science              http://www.aiaa.org/
    andtech/FP5/SEDRES-2.htm
                                              http://www.aiaa.org/store/stor
http://www.incose.org/tiiwg/                  eproductdetail.cfm?id=199
Anti-Terrorism WG
• WG Chair: Bill Mackey
• SEITC (SE Initiatives Technical Committee) formed 1 week after 9/11
   – http://www.incose.org/techcomm.html#seitc
• Focus on public interest issues
   – Anti-Terrorism
   – AIDS
   – Global Warming
   – Etc..
• DOD goes after the threat, Dept Homeland Security addresses
  vulnerability, but who is addressing the stimuli?
• US Visit program ($20 Billion)
• Vegas Panel 2002, DC Panel 2003, Expanded WG in Tolouse
  Certification WG
• Certification for SE Professional
• Additional certs for specializations later
   – Systems Engineering Management
   – Systems Engineering Specialist
   – Systems Engineering Processes
• Initial cert based on SE Handbook Version 2A
• Eventually based on SE Handbook V3 and SEBOK
• 5 yrs SE exp, BS or BA +5yrs or +10 yrs, pass exam, recommendations,
  sign ethics form, pay fees, show continuing education (75 PDUs: 1 CEU =
  10 PDUs).
• Renew every 3 yrs.
• $380 members/ $480 non-member. $150 mem / $250 non-mem to renew.
• http://www.incose.org/lib/CertificationProgramOverview_Nov2003.ppt
International Symposium
• Meeting with PCMI: Mark Biddle, Larry Brezinski (INCOSE Symposium
  Committee Chair), Cass Jones (President PCMI), and Christine Kowalski
  (PCMI).
• Hosting committee responsibilities.
   – Theme, artwork and best paper award plaques, oversee Call for
     Papers, Call for Tutorials, Panel Presentations, review/selection of
     papers, banquet speaker and entertainment, off-site tours, speaker
     breakfast, get sponsor for academic forum, tri-fold symposium
     brochure, solicitation of exhibitors, symposium banquet, social events
     (optional), MOU between chapters, robotics competition?
• Need to solidify symposium committee roles.
   – Conference Chair and Co-Chair, Technical Chair and Co-Char,
     Technical Program Tutorials, Technical Program Panels, Academic
     Forum, Marketing
                                                                                                                                                                                        Key
               INCOSE Symposium Development                                                                                                                                                      Steps
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Gate Review

                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Major Deliverable

                      Overview Chart                                                                                                                                                                                           Mid year Review



Phase 0                            Phase 1                                             Phase 2                                                      Phase 3                                   Phase 4                     Phase 5
  Bidding                     Planning & Venue                                                                                                ‘the home stretch’                                 Delivery                  Reporting
                                  Selection                             Detailed Planning/ Implementation

  Proposal                                                                                                                                                                                    Symposium                   Symposium
Development                   Symposium Planning                                Symposium Planning                                            Symposium Planning                                                           Wrap up
                                                                                                                                                                                               Planning
              Proposal          MOU            Symposium Plan                                      Symposium Plan Update
                                                                     SymP Mgr Contract                                                                       Symposium Plan update          Program & Phase Plan             Symposium Team
Sponsor with chapter(s)       Symposium Team formed
help                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Disbanded


                                Budget & Finance                                   Budget & Finance                                             Budget & Finance                        Budget & Finance                  Financial
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Activities
                                           Symposium Budget /                                     Updated Symposium Cost                                     Updated Symposium Cost         Updated Symposium Cost
                                                   Cost Model                                                      Model                                                      Model                          Model       Financial Report

                           Customer & Market Forecast                  Marketing Communications / Sales
                                 / Refinement                                                                                             Marketing Communications
                                                                                   Strategy
                                              Theme & Logo
                                                  1ST Flyer
                                                                                                       Web site active            Brochure mailed                    Registrations

                                                                      Sponsor Planning                                   Sponsor Solicitation & Commitment                                      Meetings

                                                                      Exhibits Planning                              Exhibitor Solicitation & Commitment                                           Exhibits
                                                                              Exhibit layout to web
                                                                                                site
                           Venue Selection       Venue Contract                   Venue Refinements                                         Venue Detailed Logistics
                                                     Negotiated


                            Establish Sourcing Plan                     Source Selection & Qualification

                                                 Sourcing Plan

                               Technical Program                                                                     Paper                     Monitor paper activity
                                   Definition                                                                       Review                                                                       Technical
                                                                                                                                                    CD & Web materials                           Program
                                                                                                            Draft sessions plan
                                          Call for Papers, Panels,
                                                                                                                                                             available                            delivery
                                                                                                                                                                    Spiral book ready
                                                         tutorials
                                                                                                                         Speakers Plan
                                                                                                                                                                                        Academic
                                                                                                       Academic Forum Plan                                                               Forum
                                                                                                                                                                                        Tutorial
                                                                                 Tutorial Plan & Commitment                                                                             delivery
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Technical
                                                                                                                    Technical Tours Plan                                                           Tours

                                                                                                                                                                                            Optional social
                                                                                                                                  Social Program Plan                                          event(s)


                                              MYR - 2                                                       MYR - 1                                                                         MYR - 0                        Revision
                       0                                        1                                                              2                                                        3                            4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Date
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                IW + !
                                                              IW- 2
                  IW - 3                                                                                                     IW- 1                                            Symp                                         01/10/18
ROTATION HISTORY
ROTATION VS MEMBERSHIP
   Candidate for hosting
    2006 Symposium

The Florida Chapters of Region 5




  Tampa    Orlando    Melbourne
Florida's High Tech Corridor is
seen from the night sky as a
sparkling band of light from the
Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic
Ocean. Beginning on the Tampa
Bay beaches of Florida's West
Coast the region shines through
Metro Orlando and the
surrounding counties, and
reaches the ocean via Daytona
Beach and the launching pads of
the Space Coast. This area is
home to thousands of new and
emerging high tech companies in
six distinct sectors.
              Facilities
     Possible venues:




Saddlebrook     Peabody    Omni
       Symposium Team
• Central Florida (Tampa) Chapter
   – Wes Calhoun
   – Ben Berauer
• Orlando Chapter
   –   Mark Biddle
   –   Becky Matz
   –   Judith Feliciano
   –   John Boardman
• Space Coast (Melbourne) Chapter
   – Joe Vandeville
  A Symposium Profile
• Host Committee: Symposium Chair & Co-chair, Technical Chair & Co-
  chair, Technical Program Tutorials Chair, Technical Program Panels
  Chair, Academic Forum Chair, Marketing Chair, others …
• 6 tracks, 255 papers, 184 selected, 156 presented, 30 key reserve
• 44 tutorial proposals, 15 selected
• 14 panel proposals, 6 selected
• Plenary, Speakers, Executive Summit, Exhibits, Robotics competition
• Sponsors: Goal = $180K: Platinum $48K, Gold $30K, Silver $12K,
  Bronze $6K.
• Expense: $670K, Income: $800K, INCOSE: $65K, Chapters: $65K
  INCOSE Resources
• Products
   – Insight Newsletter
   – Systems Engineering Journal
   – Systems Engineering Handbook
   – SE Tools Database
• Activites
   – SE Certification
   – SysML – SE extensions to UML ( Ref: http://www.incose.org/tiiwg/ )
   – SEBOK (Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge)
• Network of contacts
    – Working groups and committees
    – Chapters
    – International Workshops and Symposiums
   Integrated INCOSE Product Suite
                             SE HDBK
                             Version 3




SE Methods and                                         SE Metrics &
  Templates                  SE BOK
                                                         Training



                                SE
                           Certification

              SEHBK V3 Is The Reference Framework
     For Our Integrated Product Suite, Delivered in the SE BOK
’04 Planning
• Silver Chapter Award?
   – Awards based on a cumulative points system.
        • Gold: 8,000 points
        • Silver: 5,000 points
        • Bronze: 2,500 points
  – Focus on effort vs. results.
  – Objective and subjective measures.
  – Supporting documentation: historical records.
• Maybe most improved Chapter too?
’04 Planning
• Chapter Awards Continued
   – Point Summary
       •   Activities: 3,000 points max
       •   Communications: 2,500 points max
       •   Membership: 3,000 points max
       •   Technical: 2,500 points max
       •   Outreach: 2,500 points max
       •   INCOSE Support 2,000 points max
       •   Operations: 1,500 points max
       •   Subjective: 1,500 points max.
       •   Total: 18,500 points.
’04 Planning
• Chapter Awards Continued
• Draft Objectives Plan (5430 points)
   – Activites (800 points)
      • Chapter meeting w/featured speaker: 6 X 100 points each = 600 (2)
      • Local 1-day tutorial: 200 points (James Martin – Architecture?)
   – Communications (1425 points)
      • Maintain chapter web site: 500 points
           http://www.incose.incose.propagation.net/orlando/
       •   Quarterly news letter: 4 x 100 = 400
       •   Names of new members in news letter: 4 x 25 = 75
       •   Execute a chapter publicity plan: 300
       •   “Ambassador” network with other organizations: 3 X 50 = 150
’04 Planning
• Chapter Awards Continued
• Draft Objectives Plan (5430 points)
    – Membership (1000 points)
       • Development/distribution of recruitment pkg available at all chapter
         meetings: 250 points. (On track)
       • Membership renewal program: 500
       • Member survey to determine chapter direction: 250 points
    – Technical (200 points)
       • Refereed article published in INCOSE Journal: 1 x 200 = 200 points
 ’04 Planning
• Chapter Awards Continued
• Draft Objectives Plan (5430 points)
    – Outreach (650 points)
        • Joint meeting with other professional society: 2 x 100 = 200 points
        • Host a systems engineering activity/presentation for pre-college individuals:
          250 points
        • INCOSE presentation to unrepresented organization: 2 x 100 = 200 points
    – INCOSE SUPPORT (250 points)
        • Work with another chapter on a joint event: 1 x 100 = 100
        • Provide unpaid speaker to other INCOSE chapters: 1 x 100 = 100
        • Chapter member attend International Workshop: 1 x 50 = 50 (Done)
        • Chapter donates to INCOSE ($100 to NEW): 50 points.
    ’04 Planning
•   Chapter Awards Continued
•   Draft Objectives Plan (5430 points)
     – Operations (1060 points)
          • Print bios of chapter office nominees and mail with ballots for election: 50
            points
          • Officers remain in good standing throughout their term. 5 x 25 = 125 points
          • Mail list of officers to INCOSE HQ within 30 days of elections: 50 points
            (Done)
          • Submit chapter financial report by May 30: 50 points
          • Chapter president attend Chapters Committee meeting at International
            Workshop: 50 points. (Done)
          • Chapter board meetings: 6 x 25 = 150 points (2)
          • Display banner at meetings: 6 x 10 = 60 points (2)
          • Prepare annual report of chapter activities in December: 250 points
          • Present certificates to speakers: 25 points (2)
          • Send public relations letters to employers recognizing …: 10 x 25 = 250
’04 Planning
• Other Goals (Objective Points)
    –   Increase membership by 10.
    –   Have meetings hosted by other organizations every other month (3 min).
    –   Increase 3-month average meeting size to 25.
    –   Develop Chapter Strategic Plan and Action Plan (Done)
    –   International Symposium 2006 planning. (On track)



CURRENT TALLY: 545 out of 5000 = 11%.

								
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