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ASME Strategic Priorities and Opportunities for Cross-Sector Collaboration: A View from Strategic Management. Victoria A. Rockwell Senior Vice President, Strategic Management November 8, 2005 – ASME IMECE. Strategic Management Sector (SMS).

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ASME Strategic Priorities and Opportunities for Cross-Sector Collaboration: A View from Strategic Management

Victoria A. Rockwell

Senior Vice President, Strategic Management

November 8, 2005 – ASME IMECE

strategic management sector sms
Strategic Management Sector (SMS)

To be the focal point for the identification, capture and transfer of knowledge that will support ASME’s strategic planning and the development of Society-wide initiatives to address ASME’s strategic priorities.

Vision:

strategic priority enhance relevance to industry
Strategic Priority: Enhance Relevance to Industry
  • BOG-approved Strategic Initiative for Industry
    • ASME Solutions launched in October
    • Integrated product marketing
    • Client Relations Directors

SMS Lead: Julio Guererro, Strategic Priorities & New Products Committee

Staff Contact: Amy Geffen

strategic priority enhance relevance to industry1
Strategic Priority: Enhance Relevance to Industry
  • October Industry Advisory Board meeting focused on environmental scan
    • Collaborative Learning Communities/Technology Innovation Networks
      • Next generation COP
      • Robust online member database for industry access
    • Systems Thinking
      • Resources for managing Engineering Knowledge
        • Best Practices
        • Workshops
    • Other
      • Conferences on contemporary industry technical problems

SMS Lead: Bernie Meyers, Industry Advisory Board

Staff Contact: Reese Meisinger

strategic priority globalization of asme international
Strategic Priority: Globalization of ASME International
  • BOG-approved Strategic Initiative for Globalization
      • China/India
      • European Union
      • Recommendations to BOG in Spring 2006

SMS lead: Chris Przirembel, Strategic Priorities & New Products Committee

Staff contacts: Lea Palabrica (Europe) Clifford Cui (China/India)

strategic priority become indispensable to young engineers
Strategic Priority: Become indispensable to young engineers
  • BOG-approved Strategic Initiative for Young Engineers
      • Portfolio analysis
      • Market Research
      • Recommendations to BOG in Spring 2006

SMS Lead: John Ahlen, Strategic Priorities & New Products Committee

Staff Contact: Cheryl Hasan, Patti Jo Snyder

strategic priority provide effective representation and advocacy for the engineering professions
Strategic Priority: Provide effective representation and advocacy for the engineering professions
  • ASME Public Policy Agenda
    • Energy
    • Federal R&D
    • K-12 STEM education
    • Standards Policy

SMS lead: Rob Pangborn, Board on Government Relations

Staff Contact: Kathryn Holmes

strategic priority provide effective representation and advocacy for the engineering professions1
Strategic Priority: Provide effective representation and advocacy for the engineering professions
  • Energy Grand Challenge
    • Cross-sector team established

SMS Lead: Rob Pangborn, Board on Government Relations

Staff Lead: Reese Meisinger

strategic priority strengthen environmental scanning and competitive intelligence
Strategic Priority: Strengthen environmental scanning and competitive intelligence
  • 2005 Environmental Scan: Six Strategic Issues Shaping the Global Future of Mechanical Engineering
    • Global Harmonization of Standards
    • Technology Innovation Networks
    • Systems Thinking
    • Attracting & Educating Tomorrow’s Engineers
    • Collaborative Learning Communities
    • Bioconvergence: Biology Meets Engineering

SMS Lead: Win Phillips, Strategic Issues, Opportunities & Knowledge Committee

Staff Contact: Allian Pratt

strategic priority share best practices lessons learned
Strategic Priority: Share best practices & lessons learned
  • Project on Best practices & lessons learned
    • Sections
    • Student Sections
    • Divisions

SMS Lead: Win Phillips, Strategic Issues, Opportunities & Knowledge Committee

Staff contact: Allian Pratt

strategic priority increase expand market relevant content
Strategic Priority: Increase & expand market-relevant content
  • Engineering Entrepreneur and Innovation Initiative
    • Development Fund grant for exploratory workshop – December 12-13

SMS Lead: John Ahlen

Staff Contact: Reese Meisinger

  • Global Training
    • Initial focus on China market

Staff Contacts: Clifford Cui and Amy Geffen