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ASME Centers Sector Budget and Balanced Scorecard 2006 Summer Annual Meeting Senior Vice President Shlomo Carmi Senior Vice President-Elect Walt Laity. ASME Annual Planning Process. I. PPP Process & Prioritized List. II. Budget Planning. III. BOG Review & Discuss FY07-09 Bud.

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ASME Centers SectorBudget and Balanced Scorecard 2006 Summer Annual MeetingSenior Vice President Shlomo CarmiSenior Vice President-Elect Walt Laity

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ASME Annual Planning Process

I. PPP Process

& Prioritized List

II. Budget

Planning

III. BOG Review &

Discuss FY07-09 Bud

IV. BOG Approve

FY07-09 Budget

Rev 2 Feb 05

program prioritization
Program Prioritization

Background SMC:

  • Program Planning &

Prioritization (PPP):

    • Rank ASME BSC Objectives – Sep
    • Strategy Maps by Sector - Oct
    • Rank Programs By Sector - Dec
    • Consolidate Ranking - Jan
    • Assign Costs - Feb

Outcome of activity:

  • PPP Rank Order List
    • Communications tool for BOG
    • Guide for Resource Allocation
    • Guide for Sunsetting
budget timetable
Budget Timetable
  • Committee on Finance and Investment – March 2006
  • Board of Governors preliminary evaluation– April 2006
  • Board of Governors final approval – Summer Annual Meeting
2007 budget recommended sunsetted projects
2007 Budget – Recommended Sunsetted Projects
  • Reduced American Association of Engineering Societies dues by $33,000
  • 125th Anniversary Celebrations concluded. Reduced expenses by $19,000
2007 budget revenue improvements
2007 BudgetRevenue Improvements
  • Centers $161,000 - increase revenue by seeking outside support for programs from ASME Foundation, United Engineering Foundation, National Science Foundation, other foundations, corporations.
  • Old Guard support
increased support for centers programs and activities
Increased Support for Centers Programs and Activities
  • Development Fund
  • Strategic Priorities Grant Fund
  • Volunteer Travel Restored
full cost accounting
Full Cost Accounting
  • Task Force developing guidelines to assign direct and indirect costs to all programs
  • Foster good business decision making rules
  • Equitable allocation of funding for mission-oriented programs
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C4-Be a resource for governments

C3-Enhance relevance to Industry

C5-Identify and Address Future Markets and Applications

Vision - To be the premier organization for promoting the art, science and practice of mechanical and multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences to our diverse communities throughout the world.

Mission - To promote and enhance the technical competency and professional well-being of our members, and through quality programs and activities in mechanical engineering, better enable its practitioners to contribute to the well-being of humankind.

Global Customers

Financial Viability

Core Customers

Young Engineers

Industry

Government

F1 Grow revenue through new products and global growth

C1-Continue to serve our core customers such as academia

C2-Become indispensable to Young Engineers

F2 Sunset lower-value programs

F3 Run a cost effective operation

What we do (core activities)

Build Communities

Build Content / Knowledge

Advocate & Communicate

I1 Enable self-forming communities of interest to develop

  • Nurture and treasure the environment and our natural and man-made resources
  • Facilitate the development, dissemination and application of engineering knowledge

I6 Provide effective representation and advocacy for the engineering profession

I3 Increase & Expand Market-Relevant Content

  • Promote the benefits of continuing education and of engineering education
  • Respect and document engineering history while continually embracing change

I2 Stimulate individual membership growth with different membership models

I5 Accelerate time to market

I7 Improve coordination and effectiveness of communications

I4 Digitize & organize content

Learning & Growth

L1 Develop new product and business development capabilities through a culture that is adaptive, continually evolving (risk taking), entrepreneurial and agile

L4 Share best practices and lessons learned

L3 Strengthen environmental scanning and competitive intelligence

L5 Utilize integrated cross-sector project teams

L2 Develop a diverse corps of volunteer leaders

*Embrace integrity and ethical conduct *Embrace diversity and respect the dignity and culture of all people *Promote the technical and societal contribution of engineers

ASME FY07 BSC Strategy Map – 24 Aug 05

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C3-Enhance relevance to Industry

C4-Be a resource for governments

Financial Viability

Core Customers

Early Career Engineers

Industry

Government

C1-Continue to serve our core customers such as academia

C2-Become indispensable to Early Career Engineers

F1 Grow revenue through new products and global growth

  • # Early Career Engr(grad students, professionals)
  • # Early Career Engr. participating in programs
  • # touch points (position statements, briefings, testimony)
  • Total Centers revenue
  • Department heads survey results
  • #core customer touch points (ABET evaluations, etc.)
  • # touch points (landmarks, PPC industry-based modules)

What we do (core activities)

Build Communities

Advocate & Communicate

Build Content / Knowledge

I1 Enable self-forming communities of interest to develop

I3 Increase & Expand Market-Relevant Content

I7 Improve coordination and effectiveness of communications

  • # downloads from ASME.org (content touches)
  • Revenue from Professional Practice Curriculum
  • # communications touch points (interventions Committee on Strategic Communications has with other ASME units to promote unit achievements, ME Today circulation, etc.)
  • # members in mission-related communities

Learning & Growth

L2 Develop a diverse corps of volunteer leaders

L5 Utilize integrated cross-sector project teams

L4 Share best practices and lessons learned

  • # women and under-represented minorities as volunteer leaders
  • # participants on cross sector teams (volunteers and staff)
  • 6/14/06
  • # touch points (best practices collected, modules based on best practices, etc.)