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    3. Building Relations: TMC and the Chapters 29 September 2000 Gerard H. (Gus) Gaynor President IEEE Technology Management Council

    4. Thanks to the TMC Webinar Committee Opening comments Differences: Societies and Councils Council Purposes Council Objectives TMC Products TMC Member Societies

    5. Thanks to the TMC Webinar Committee Celia Desmond Liang Downey Osvaldo Perez John Reinert Luke Maki Mark Ciechanowski

    10. Transitioning Products & Services Transactions on Engineering Management Engineering Management Review TMC Website International Engineering Management Conferences

    15. Duties of the Vice President Operations The Vice President Operations shall serve as Council Parliamentarian, and shall be responsible for the Council Constitution and Bylaws, and for the development, coordination, and supervision of Council activities related to Council Chapters, fellows and awards. The Vice President Operations shall maintain Council relations with the IEEE societies, the IEEE Regions, and outside organizations.

    16. It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. Charles Darwin The EMS to TMC transition was in response to needed change, and a new beginning TMC is to be an IEEE change agent for Engineering and Technology Management The TMC Governance Documents have been designed to facilitate this objective.

    17. Governance Documents Format All items are identified by their numeric designations: 100 series Constitution 200 series Bylaws 300 series Policies 400 series Procedures 500 series Miscellaneous

    18. 103 Membership i. Sustaining Members are societies that participate in the governance of the Council by appointing a voting member to the Council Board of Governors (BoG), accept their proportional share of council financial obligations, and share equally in any council distribution of excess council reserves

    19. ii. Supporting Members are societies that participate in the governance of the Council by appointing a non-voting corresponding member to the Council Board of Governors (BoG) A Supporting Society, after paying a specified additional fee, may become a Sustaining Society Member by vote of the Council BoG

    20. Appointments and Elections of TMC Voting Members There are two types of TMC voting Governors: 14 Society representatives Six TMC voting Officers.

    21. Even Societies serve two years 2008-9 Odd Societies serve three years 2009-10 BTS 02 CAS - 04 Computer - 16 LEOS - 36 PCS 26 SMCS 28 VTS - 06 EMC - 27 ComSoc 19 EDS 15 IES 13 RS 07 SPS 01 SSC 37

    22. Chapter Membership Council Members are the members of the 14 Council Member Societies. Because of the large diversity of technical interests, only a fraction of eligible Council members are interested in TMC activities. The Council should identify its active membership.

    23. 202.3 Individual Council Board of Governors Members Council Officers serve as voting members on the Board of Governors, but cannot be Society representatives. [If a rep becomes an officers, the society appoints a replacement]

    24. 205.2 Officer Terms of Office The term of elected officers shall be for a two-year period commencing at the start of the calendar year following their election. Vice Presidents may be reelected. Past-Presidents may be elected to any Office including President-elect. 205.3 Successors All officers shall continue to serve until their successors take office.

    25. Thank you!

    26. TMC Chapters 73 Chapters Celia Desmond TMC Chapter Coordinator

    27. Region 1

    28. Region 2

    29. Region 3

    30. Region 4

    31. Region 5

    32. Region 6

    33. Region 7

    34. Region 8

    35. Region 9

    36. Region 10

    37. Chapter Kit Webinar How can we best work together to further the interests of both the Council and the Chapters

    39. TMC Conference Committee (ConfCom) The TMC Conference Committee Charles Rubenstein, Chair Dave Hendrickson, Secretary Michael Condry Celia Desmond Tariq Durrani Irving Engelson George Farris Rakesh Kumar Joel Snyder Wade Shaw Tuna Tarim Wil Thissen Jeffrey Welser Ex Officio: Gus Gaynor, Luke Maki

    40. TMC Sponsored Conferences 2009-2010 2009: ICDIM2009 http://www.icdim.org 1-4 November 2009 Ann Arbor, MI (T: 0%/25 %; IP) ICIII2009 http://www.iciii-conf.org 26-27 December 2009 Xian, China (T: 0%/25 %; IP) 2010: ICMIT2010 http://www.icmit2010.org 2-5 June 2010: Singapore (S: 25%; IP) ICAMS2010 http://www.ieee-icams.org 23-25 July 2010: Sanya, China (T: 0%/23%; IP) CCCM2010 http://www.iita-conference.org/cccm2009 20-22 August 2010: Yangzhou University, China (T: 0%/23%; IP) ICMSE2010 http://icmse.hit.edu.cn/english/index.html TBD 2010: TBD (T: 0%/0%; IP) ICDIM2010 http://www.icdim.org TBD 2010: TBD (T: 0%/25%; IP)

    41. TMC Flagship Conference Planning ITMC2011 (in preliminary approval stage) 2011 IEEE International Technology Management Conference (Michael Condry Contact) 14-17 August 2011 Bay Area, California, USA ITMC2012 (in preliminary planning stage) 2012 IEEE International Technology Management Conference (Dr. Tariq Durrani Contact) TBD June-August 2012 Glasgow, Scotland (Typical model: TMC: 70%; $10K Seed)

    43. A Message From. Leslie Martinich, TMC VP Publications Publications includes: IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management Editor: George Farris Includes: peer-reviewed original contributions of academic research regarding the theory and practice of engineering management

    44. Transactions Web Site: http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~ieeetem/

    45. Publications includes. IEEE Engineering Management Review Editor: Wade Shaw Includes reprints of articles from other publications related to the professional practice of engineering.

    46. TMC Website

    47. TMC Website We invite your contributions to the website! News Events in your region Your regions blog

    48. Questions? Email: Leslie Martinich lmartinich@ieee.org

    49. IEEE MGA Center for Leadership Excellence (CLE) Training Materials Development John Reinert Committee Chair September 29, 2009

    50. What is the Center for Leadership Excellence MGA Ad Hoc Committee Implementing Recommendation #3 from 2008 Sections Congress: Provide "Leadership Training Handbook (Text and Multimedia) for Section Officers Three levels of materials Quick Start: The first 30 days Standard: Build for the rest of the year Leadership: Specific skills development

    51. The Center for Leadership Excellence will develop future leaders and enhance the member benefit Creation of IEEE Quick Start Volunteer Leadership Training For recently elected Officers to quickly learn the position basics Initial release phase to concentrate on developing material for Section officer positions Currently in pilot phrase Section Secretary position Expected completion date - November 2009 Expansion of the IEEE Quick Start Volunteer Leadership Training Development of training material for additional IEEE positions Expansion of material currently available as part of Phase 1 Expected completion date -November 2010 IEEE Leadership Training Material available to all IEEE members Series of engaging and highly interactive online learning courses to compliment the technical material currently available in IEEE Expert Now Material to focus on non-technical topics not currently available in IEEE Expert Now Expected completion date - November 2011 (still under development) Creation of IEEE Quick Start Volunteer Leadership Training For recently elected Officers to quickly learn the position basics Initial release phase to concentrate on developing material for Section officer positions Currently in pilot phrase Section Secretary position Expected completion date - November 2009 Expansion of the IEEE Quick Start Volunteer Leadership Training Development of training material for additional IEEE positions Expansion of material currently available as part of Phase 1 Expected completion date -November 2010 IEEE Leadership Training Material available to all IEEE members Series of engaging and highly interactive online learning courses to compliment the technical material currently available in IEEE Expert Now Material to focus on non-technical topics not currently available in IEEE Expert Now Expected completion date - November 2011 (still under development)

    52. Status of CLE Materials Initial release of Quick Start Materials is October 1 for five positions: Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, Chapter Chair Release date: October 1, 2009 URL: http://www.ieee.org/web/geo_activities/units/officer_training/index.html Chapter Chair materials are available for use. Also, feedback is welcomed

    53. Officer Training Program Overview of a half day training program provided to the Northern Virginia and Washington Sections annually by the local Technology Management Council

    54. Overview 5 hour program Covers key knowledge areas that IEEE local officers should know about Presented by senior/experience members Generally have a region level officer attend Lunch and networking time

    55. Typical Agenda Officer roles & responsibilities Financial management and Reporting VTools Running an effective chapter Local publications and website Student chapters and pre-college activities Membership development SAMIEEE Section chair remarks IEEE structure Region leader remarks

    56. Additional Information If you would like samples of agendas or previous presentations: Doug Holly dougholly@IEEE.org

    57. Technology Management Council (TMC) Bangalore Chapter - Tathagat Varma, tathagat@ieee.org 29-Sep-2009

    58. Bangalore, Capital of Karnataka Karnataka: The Knowledge State 103 R&D Centers 11 Universities and 135 Engineering Colleges 114 Medical, Dental & Para-Medical Institutions 181 Polytechnics and 600 Industrial Training Institutes Bangalore: Silicon Valley / IT Capital of India 4th Largest Tech Hub (after Silicon Valley, Boston & London) 2000 +IT Companies, 664+ MNCs 550,000 IT Professionals $17B (08-09); 21.5% growth; 34% of Indian IT Exports

    59. IEEE Bangalore Section Launched in 1971 (history) 4500+ members Over 30% growth from last year 100+ events last year Expert Talks Conferences Workshops 125th Year Celebrations held on 29-30 Aug 09

    60. TMC Bangalore Chapter Launched on 29-Nov-09 2009-2010 Theme: Sustainable Innovation Goals: Focus on Innovation, Collaboration, Communication, Human Values and alignment with Social and Business Values Promote and facilitate knowledge sharing and mutual learning through expert talks, publications, workshops and conference Special emphasis on learning from non-IT fields, and encouraging women in the field of technical management

    61. Key Activities So Far Technical Talks 29 Nov 08: Some Perspectives on Innovation, Dr Mahesh Mehendale, TI Fellow 26 Mar 09: Innovation that matters, Dr P Gopal Krishnan, VP IBM India Software Lab 4 May 09: Climate Healers - Healing Earth one acre at a time, Dr Sailesh Rao, CEO Climate Healers 19 Aug 09: Managing Product development complexity with a Product Lifecycle Management Strategy, Madhu Varadaraj, Director, Siemens PLM Software. Co-hosted with PDMA India Newsletters Quarterly e-zine; peer-reviewed articles Mar 09 and Jun 09 issues released Sep 09 issue in works

    62. Critical Success Factors Initial financial support from Bangalore section ($400 for chapter setup) Strong support from IEEE members from industry Expert Talks have been a good draw (~40 attendees on an average) Newsletter has been very well-received and has helped create high awareness about TMC PDMA India co-hosted event was a great idea

    63. Challenges Faced Lack of dedicated / dues-paid membership unlike other society chapters IEEE is still perceived as a techie organization; low interest in management topics Very difficult to organize free talks (min $250+ per talk); still exploring sponsorship ideas Bangalore already has enough events (IEEE, PMI, NASSCOM, TiE, ACM, IET, etc.) that create event overlaps and / or event fatigue

    64. Future Plans Expert Talks Explore co-hosted events with PDMA, PMI, ACM and other professional bodies Workshops Workshop for Women Managers with WiE (early idea) Explore workshops on Innovation and Technology Management Conferences International / National conference in 2010

    65. TMC Bangalore Chapter Team Chair: Tathagat Varma, GM, NetScout India Vice-Chair Lecture Series: Dr. Raj Mitra, Head EDA Tech. Group, TI India Vice-Chair Publications: Dr. Jayatheertha, CTO Abacus Networks Vice-Chair Conference: Ashok Bhattacharya, Chief SOA Architect, IBM India Software Labs Vice-Chair Sponsorships: Prashant Joshi, Head R&D and Product Development, Josh Electronics Secretary: Siva Moorthy, Program Manager, Nokia Siemens Networks Collaboration with other chapters: Sabyasachi Dey, Senior Staff Manager, Qualcomm Student Activities coordinator: Santosh, ASIC Design Engineer, Nvidia Treasurer, Webmaster: Dushyant, Systems Engineer, BAeHAL

    66. Thanks Q&A? Contact: Tathagat@ieee.org

    67. Binghamton Chapter Vince Socci

    68. Binghamton Chapter Summary Chapter Small and disjointed. Lost members since EMS dissolution. Often join with other chapters or organizations Event Examples The Great Escape Technology Management in a POW Camp Technology Leadership for a Changing Economy Financial Workshop Series Center for Technology and Innovation HealthTech Flexible Electronics Symposium

    69. The Great Escape Follow-up to Titanic Seminar Studied project management, technology management and teamwork from the perspective of POW victims vying to escape. History, movie reference, book takeaway Mark Kozak-Holland presented a fascinating seminar to our group. For thousands of years, the greatest teachers have used stories to effectively illustrate important concepts. Mark proves that history provides amazing stories with powerful lessons that provide value for todays world. His speaking and writing styles are entertaining, educational and effective. He is always a crowd favorite. Vince Socci, Professional Activities Chair, IEEE

    70. Technology Leadership for a Changing Economy Weekend workshop series Economic Crisis and Engineering Leadership Successful Career in Science and Engineering The Art of Entrepreneurship Career and Life Management Skills Starting the Start-Up Engineering Ambassadors for the New Economy

    71. Financial Workshop Series Teaching our members to manage finances. Project budgets Investment planning and execution Retirement planning Tax planning and management

    72. Center for Technology and Innovation Rediscovered the technology development of the Binghamton area. Studied the historical development of local corporations: IBM, Link, EI. Toured a new technology museum with one-of-a-kind prototypes and products

    73. HealthTech Joint medical technology event with Syracuse and Rochester EMBS. Speakers, posters, demos, networking, company tours Becoming an annual event Attendance is growing

    74. Flexible Electronics Symposium Joint with Binghamton University CAMM and IEEE CPMT Leading researchers from academia, national labs, and industry in the fields of flexible electronics, functional printing, and emerging electronic materials Review and share new research findings in critical technology areas and identify issues for the rapidly growing flexible electronics field Market outlook an breakout discussions

    75. Issues and Lessons Learned Chapter dissolved when EMS dissolved, but active participants stay connected. Difficult to find new TMC members, but able to find people interested in TM. Participants are not looking for technical data, but want soft skills and career development.

    76. Chapter Chairs Kit O. Perez