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IEEE SEC February 2012 Call Regions Based SEC Focus. Ad-Hoc Report. Ad-Hoc Participants. Wael William Diab (Chair) David Law Jennifer McClain Rich Painter Susan Tatiner Yatin Trivedi Howard Wolfman. Overview. Rather than pick one individual area, place areas in different phases

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ad hoc participants
Ad-Hoc Participants
  • Wael William Diab (Chair)
  • David Law
  • Jennifer McClain
  • Rich Painter
  • Susan Tatiner
  • Yatin Trivedi
  • Howard Wolfman
overview
Overview
  • Rather than pick one individual area, place areas in different phases
    • Define characteristics and output conditions for a phase
  • Focus for each phase would vary and deliverables would vary
  • region is not the “IEEE Region” but lose region which can be more formally defined at a later date if need be
  • Matrix, landscape and goals (deliverables): For each region, customize a matrix that incudes relevant areas of focus and potential partners. Understand the landscape (e.g. receptiveness to IEEE standards). Customize deliverables
phases summary
Phases Summary
  • Phase 1: Early engagement
    • Input: New region from SEC
    • Characteristics: New region to focus on. Limited prior engagements and partnerships
    • Deliverables (exit condition to next phase) include:
      • Build relationships
      • Matrix: Build out sample matrix to region custom matrix
      • Landscape: Understand the general landscape and its effect on deliverables / matrix
      • Goals: Define deliverables (e.g. X relationships) per matrix and landscape
    • E.g. would be Middle East and Africa
  • Phase 2: Growth
    • Input: Phase 1 completion
    • Characteristics: Region that we have been focusing on however more work needs to be done.
    • Deliverables (exit condition to next phase) include:
      • cultivating existing relationships
      • Reaching goal targets defined in phase 1
    • E.g. would be USA, India, China, (Germany?)
  • Phase 3: Maintenance
    • Characteristics: Strong relationships / partners in place. Revisit annually
examples of phase 1 outreaches
Examples of Phase 1 Outreaches
  • Gathering information about education in region, including accreditation, govt support/involvement.
  • Develop a regional strategy for standards education.
  • Include information from a region on TryStandards.org
  • Sending a speaker to a conference (e.g., Africon)
  • One/one university outreach meetings (e.g. Middle East)
  • Connect with student branches
  • Inviting people from a region to submit an article to the eZine
examples of phase 2 outreaches
Examples of Phase 2 Outreaches
  • Organize workshops with local entities (e.g., with Queen Mary U, Delhi Technological U)
  • Conduct joint projects with key organizations in the region (e.g., developing standards education videos with CNIS)
  • Approach accrediting bodies in a region
  • Publish an eZine issue devoted to the region