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  • This is the new mission statement for the IEEE.
    Much of the effort of the IEEE Board of Directors and staff this past year has focused on developing a new strategic plan for the institute and a new approach to develop strategies that support the plan’s implementation. The strategic plan emphasizes long-term goals that will add value to the technical community and to the technical professions, rather than focusing on internal operations.
    Other IEEE organizational units have begun to implement the strategy initiative. They are engaging in activities designed to clarify vision, values, and goals, and to ensure that the volunteer leadership’s time is spent on issues that matter most to the institute’s future.
  • This is the new mission statement for the IEEE.
    Much of the effort of the IEEE Board of Directors and staff this past year has focused on developing a new strategic plan for the institute and a new approach to develop strategies that support the plan’s implementation. The strategic plan emphasizes long-term goals that will add value to the technical community and to the technical professions, rather than focusing on internal operations.
    Other IEEE organizational units have begun to implement the strategy initiative. They are engaging in activities designed to clarify vision, values, and goals, and to ensure that the volunteer leadership’s time is spent on issues that matter most to the institute’s future.
  • This is the new mission statement for the IEEE.
    Much of the effort of the IEEE Board of Directors and staff this past year has focused on developing a new strategic plan for the institute and a new approach to develop strategies that support the plan’s implementation. The strategic plan emphasizes long-term goals that will add value to the technical community and to the technical professions, rather than focusing on internal operations.
    Other IEEE organizational units have begun to implement the strategy initiative. They are engaging in activities designed to clarify vision, values, and goals, and to ensure that the volunteer leadership’s time is spent on issues that matter most to the institute’s future.
  • The plan includes shorter-term goals, as well, to be accomplished in periods of three to five years. These goals will help the institute progress toward its long-range vision, and will help to serve as benchmarks of success along the way. The plan also articulates the IEEE’s core values, which are the principles that will guide the organization and its decisions
  • Membership as of Dec 31 2007. Standards info provided by Karen McCabe 06March07
  • MGA year Dec 31 20 07
  • MGA year Dec 31 20 07
  • Bullet 1: The individuals you meet through your IEEE involvement can open unexpected doors to your future.
    Bullet 2: Active involvement in the IEEE gives your career an advantage. You can build leadership and management skills skills that are not always learned in the classroom or on the job. These are critical skills for professional success.
  • Updated – Jan 2008
  • Provided by John Day from MDC Meeting Feb 07. Based on Year end data.
  • Provided by John Day from MDC Meeting Feb 07. Based on Year end data.
  • Provided by John Day from MDC Meeting Feb 07. Based on Year end data.
  • Update provided by MGA Jan 2008
  • Provided by John Day from MDC Meeting Feb 07. Based on Year end data.
  • Provided by John Day from MDC Meeting Feb 07. Based on Year end data.
  • Provided by John Day from MDC Meeting Feb 07. Based on Year end data.
  • Breakdown of Membership - Other
    For the Year Ended 31 December 2007 – PRELIMINARY, $ in Millions
    Society Dues $ 8.0 M
    IEEE-USA (primarily assessments) 5.1 M
    Regions/Sections Assessments 0.9 M
    Grand Total $ 14.0 M
  • 2 to 4M engineers, scientists and students have access
    We publish 144 magazines, journals and transactions and have 17 of the 20 top-cited publications in electrical and electronics engineering.
    Subscribers have access each year to more than 100,000 new research papers from over 850 IEEE-related conference proceedings.
    The IEEE Xplore® digital library contains more than 1,820,000 documents and is projected to have 2 million-plus in 2009.
    And there are more than 143,000 articles posted in Xplore including 32,000 journal articles.
  • Updated – Jan 2008
  • Updated – Jan 2008
  • IEC– International Electrotechnical Commission
    ISO- International Standards Organization
    ITU- International Telecommunications Union
  • Updated – Jan 2008
  • 1 Sponsored missing from pie that adds to the 540 – IBC International Broadcasting Convention sponsored by LLC. No budget submitted. Income received.
  • Updated by SA – Jan 2008
    IEC– International Electrotechnical Commission
    ISO- International Standards Organization
    ITU- International Telecommunications Union
  • Updates provided by EAD Jan 2008
  • Update provided by EAD Jan 2008
  • Update provided by EAD Jan 2008
    The portal has several features of interest to school counselors, educators, parents and students.
    Of interest to the school counselor: The university finder allows the visitor to search for accredited programs in US and Canada.Life of an Engineer has a snapshot in time of an engineers work, while becoming an engineer has the preparation tips.
    To the Educator – The lesson plan section in particular provides activities for the classroom
    To the Parent and Student – The university finder, life of an engineer, become and enginer, ask an expert, and play games section.
    Ask an Expert allows the visitor to pose questions to the engineering professional and/or undergraduate students.
  • Update provided by EAD Jan 2008
    According to IEEE News Brief http://www.ieee.org/web/aboutus/briefs.html#try%20engineering
  • Update provided by EAD Jan 2008
  • Update provided by EAD Jan 2008
  • Update provided by IT Jan 2008
    Online Communities create opportunities for collaboration and enable members to share ideas and knowledge
    Virtual Community for Section/Chapter volunteers enables global exchange for local progress
  • The student concourse is frequently updated with news students can use.
    Potentials contains articles by and for students
  • Transcript

    • 1. Discover the IEEE The world’s leading professional association for the advancement of technology Gerhard P Hancke SMIEEE Vice Chair - Member Development Member & Geographic Activities Board Candidate: Region 8 Direct-Elect EED'08 Egypt
    • 2. IEEE Mission. . . “Foster Technological Innovation & Excellence for the Benefit of Humanity”
    • 3. IEEE Vision. . . “The IEEE promotes the engineering process of creating, developing, integrating, sharing, and applying knowledge about electro and information technologies and sciences for the benefit of humanity and the profession”
    • 4. IEEE -- Fostering Technological Innovation and Excellence. . . Core Values  Service to humanity  Global focus  Trust and respect  Growth and nurturing of the profession  Collaboration and community building  Professionalism  Intellectual activity  Peer-reviewed
    • 5. IEEE -- Fostering Technological Innovation And Excellence. . . Core Values  Service to humanity: leveraging technology and engineering to benefit human welfare; promoting public awareness and understanding of the engineering profession.  Global focus: supporting and embracing the global nature of and need for technical work and engineering solutions.  Trust and respect: promoting a culture where contributions at all levels are valued; encouraging member driven, volunteer-led, knowledge-based projects; building effective volunteer/staff partnerships.
    • 6. IEEE -- Fostering Technological Innovation And Excellence. . . Core Values  Growth and nurturing of the profession: encouraging education as a fundamental activity of engineers, scientists, and technologists at all levels and at all times; ensuring a pipeline of students to preserve the profession.  Collaboration and community building: cultivating active, vibrant, and honest exchange among cross- disciplinary and interdisciplinary global communities of technical professionals.
    • 7. IEEE -- Fostering Technological Innovation And Excellence. . . Core Values  Professionalism: creating a world in which engineers and scientists are respected for their exemplary ethical behavior and volunteerism.  Intellectual activity: forward-thinking; nurturing new and existing science and technology.  Peer-reviewed: using unbiased information to enhance the quality of life for all people.
    • 8. GEOSS (Global Earth Observation System of Systems)  Linking millions of established national, regional and international sources and datasets into a single network capable of tracking environmental changes in oceans, earth, atmosphere and ecosystems around the world  Benefits to society include disaster reduction, health, energy, climate, weather, water and agriculture, among others.  IEEE is supporting the development of the GEOSS plan through its Committee on Earth Observation Networking Nigeria  Construction of new computer center, University of Ibadan  Donations from the IEEE, the IEEE Foundation, and the Hewlett-Packard Foundation Making the World a Better Place Advancing global prosperity by fostering technological innovation, enabling members' careers and promoting community worldwide
    • 9. Fostering Technological Innovation and Excellence – Then and Now AIEE (1884) – American Institute of Electrical Engineers  Founded by American industrialists to develop a skilled workforce; prepare standards for U.S. electrical industries IRE (1912) – Institute of Radio Engineers  Founded by radio electronics pioneers  Did not feel fully at home in electric power- oriented AIEE  Differed from the AIEE - positioned at inception to be global IEEE (1963) Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers from AIEE & IRE
    • 10. Fostering Technological Innovation And Excellence – Then and Now IEEE -- World’s largest professional society dedicated to the advancement of technology  Over 375,000 members  Membership includes nearly 80,000 students  Live & work in over 160 countries  Annually sponsors more than 850 conferences worldwide  Publishes over 30% of the world’s literature in electrical and electronics engineering and computing  Offers over 900 active industry standards
    • 11. IEEE Organization Grouped into geographic areas reflecting where we live and work …  10 Geographic Regions 324 Sections within Regions 1,616 Student Branches …and technical areas based on our fields and interests.  38 Societies and 6 Technical Councils 1676 Chapters
    • 12. IEEE Regions
    • 13. IEEE Sections & Affinity Groups  Sections provide a community of colleagues  Members build a network through local Section, Chapter, Student Branch activities  Develop new skills by taking an active role  Gain management, teamwork and leadership experience  Gain recognition for accomplishments and recognize the achievements of others  Affinity Groups  GOLD, WIE, Life Members
    • 14.  Sections, Student Branches, and Technical Chapters  Local, face-to-face technical and social meetings  Engage peers through informative technical meetings  Recognition of accomplishments  IEEE MemberNet  Authoritative member directory of IEEE  Networks personalized to each member  Opt-in privacy protection  IEEE e-Mail Alias  Identifies you as the IEEE ‘family’  Virus protection and spam filtering  IEEE Mentoring Connection  Peer-to-peer advice and counsel  Participate as either mentor or mentee  Volunteering  Opportunities that build leadership skills and networking opportunities Professional Networking
    • 15. Facilitating the development of programs and activities that promote the entry into and retention of women in engineering programs  90+ local groups worldwide  RECOGNIZES women's outstanding achievements in electrical and electronics engineering through IEEE Awards nominations.  ORGANIZES receptions at major technical conferences to enhance networking and to promote membership in WIE.  ADVOCATES women in leadership roles in IEEE governance and career advancement for women in the profession.  PROVIDES assistance with the formation of new WIE Affinity Groups and supports ongoing activities.  PROMOTES IEEE Member Grade advancement for women to the grades of Senior Member and Fellow.  FACILITATES the development of programs and activities that promote the entry into and retention of women in engineering programs. IEEE Women in Engineering
    • 16. IEEE Societies & Councils  38 Societies and 6 Technical Councils  Bringing members together with similar technical interests  Sponsoring conferences, workshops tutorials, seminars, etc.  Developing publications: Journals, Magazines, Newsletters  Recognizing member accomplishments
    • 17.  Aerospace & Electronic Systems  Antennas & Propagation  Broadcast Technology  Circuits & Systems  Communications  Components, Packaging & Manufacturing Technology  Computational Intelligence  Computer  Consumer Electronics  Control Systems  Dielectrics & Electrical Insulation  Education  Electromagnetic Compatibility  Electron Devices  Engineering in Medicine & Biology  Geoscience & Remote Sensing  Industrial Electronics  Industry Applications  Information Theory  Instrumentation & Measurement  Intelligent Transportation Systems  Lasers & Electro-Optics IEEE Societies & Councils
    • 18.  Magnetics  Microwave Theory & Techniques  Nuclear & Plasma Sciences  Oceanic Engineering  Power Electronics  Power Engineering  Product Safety Engineering  Professional Communication  Reliability  Robotics & Automation  Signal Processing  Social Implications of Tech.  Solid-State Circuits  Systems, Man, & Cybernetics  Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics & Frequency Control  Vehicular Technology 6 Technical Councils  Electronic Design Automation  Nanotechnology  Sensors  Super Conductivity  Systems  Technology Management IEEE Societies & Councils
    • 19.  Biometrics  Digital Intellectual Property  Earth Observation  Power and Alternative Energy Technologies  RFID  Biotechnology and Bioengineering  Distributed Intelligent Networks & Systems  Organic Electronics  Portable Information Devices New Technology Working Groups
    • 20. Membership Totals by Grade Grade Final 2007 Final 2006 % Change Honorary 27 28 - 3.6% Fellow 6,012 5,888 + 2.1% Senior Member 30,306 29,140 + 4.0% Member 237,790 235,729 + 0.9% Associate 23,147 23,491 - 1.5% Higher Grade Subtotal 376,328 294,276 + 0.4% Students 79,046 80,491 - 1.8% Total IEEE 376,328 374,767 + 0.4%
    • 21. Region Final 2007 Final 2006 % Change Region 1 37,973 38,617 - 1.7% Region 2 32,363 33,054 - 2.1% Region 3 30,782 30,615 + 0.5% Region 4 23,555 23,982 - 1.8% Region 5 29,020 29,444 - 1.4% Region 6 59,145 60,139 - 1.7% R1-6 Subtotal 212,838 215,851 -1.4% Region 7 15,947 16,020 - 0.5% Region 8 64,976 60,856 + 6.8% Region 9 15,410 14,598 + 5.8% Region 10 67,157 67,442 - 0.4% R7-10 Subtotal 163,490 158,916 + 2.9% Total IEEE 376,328 374,767 + 0.4%
    • 22. IEEE Membership By Region 31 December 2007 Reflecting the global nature of IEEE, R8 and R10 are now the two largest IEEE Regions R9 – 15,410 R8 – 64,976 R10 67,157R1 to 6 – 212,838 R7 – 15,947 R1 – 37,973 R2 – 32,363 R3 – 30,782 R4 – 23,555 R5 – 29,020 R6 – 59,145
    • 23. 29.2%30.3%31.5%32.9% 35.2%36.1% 37.6%38.0%37.8% 39.5%40.6% 42.4%43.50% 70.8%69.7%68.5%67.1% 64.8%63.9% 62.4%62.0%62.2% 60.5%59.4% 57.6%56.50% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007* PercentofTotalMembership Total Reg. 1-6 Members Total Reg. 7-10 Members Globalization of IEEE Membership *2007 Preliminary IEEE Membership* Regions 1-6 vs 7-10
    • 24. Total IEEE Membership 1963 - 2007 1963 1973 1983 1993 2007
    • 25. Excludes Graduate Student Member (GSM) grade IEEE Higher Grade Membership 1963 - 2007
    • 26. Above data includes Students and GSMs IEEE Student Membership 1963 - 2007
    • 27. Student Retention Rates
    • 28. Student Retention Rates How can we retain students as Members?  GOLD  Graduation Reception  Student Transition Project STEP  Other programmes? e.g. ACES
    • 29. Society Membership vs IEEE Membership 1988 - 2007 300,000 410,000
    • 30. 0 400,000 Society Membership vs IEEE Membership 1988 - 2007
    • 31. 9.5% 9.3% 36.2% 6.5% 5.3% 5.0% 28.1% IEEE Revenues from Operations1 1 Does not include Investment Returns ConferenceConference EventsEvents PeriodicalsPeriodicals Membership-Membership- otherother MembershipMembership DuesDuesStdsStds Finance &Finance & OtherOther ConferenceConference ProceedingsProceedings 2007 Operating Revenue ~$323.2 Million
    • 32. Breakdown of Membership - Other Revenue For the Year Ended 31 December 2007 $ in Millions Society Dues 8.0 IEEE-USA (primarily assessments) 5.1 Regions/Sections 4.1 Grand Total 17.2
    • 33. Breakdown of Finance/Other Revenue For the Year Ended 31 December 2007 $ in Millions Spectrum (primarily advert) 6.0 Job Site 1.3 Institute 0.3 Total 7.6 Financial Advantage 4.7 MGA 0.3 EAB (Educational Product Sales) 1.0 Grants 0.4 History Center 0.4 Corp Awards 0.3 IEEE Restricted Fund 0.1 Total Other 1.2 Finance Other 1.2 Grand Total 16.3
    • 34. IEEE Reserves $(Millions) 98.0 108.6 131.5 121.6 92.3 91.0 116.6 138.6 168.7 209.4 246.7 0 50 100 150 200 250 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Years
    • 35. Key IEEE Product Sales 2000-2009B in $ millions earned sales / 262% growth in 10 years $0 $20,000 $40,000 $60,000 $80,000 $100,000 $120,000 $140,000 $160,000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 F 2009 B IEL POP ASPP NM Subs Doc Del Enterprise MDL Expert Now ISOL Comp Sci Lib J Lib Plus $151.1 $57.7 +19% +14% +10% +11% +10% +12% +13% +6% +6%
    • 36.  >1,800,000 documents in IEEE Xplore® digital library  Now includes Expert Now Web Courses, IEEE Standards Online, Draft IEEE Standards  143K articles added to IEEE Xplore® in 2007  31K refereed journal articles  112K conference articles from more than 850 IEEE-related conference proceedings annually  >6M articles downloaded per month  ~2M engineers, scientists and students have “free” access  144 journals, transactions and magazines  17 of the 20 top-cited publications in electrical and electronics engineering IEEE Publications
    • 37. IEEE SPECTRUM Magazine In print and online Online Features:  Spectrum Radio  Webcasts  RSS Feeds  Blogs IEEE Publications
    • 38. IEEE Spectrum Adds Awards, Electronic Editions  ABM’s* Grand Neal Award for articles on Iraq’s need for stable power and communications  Executive Editor Glenn Zorpette’s enterprising on-scene reporting wins him the McAllister fellowship  Digital facsimile edition launched in July gains over 40,000 member subscribers for 2008  Complete electronic replica of print edition is delivered faster than print  New improved website launched in September with online features not available in print  Editors provide MP3 audio downloads, videos, blogs  Advertisers sponsor webinars * American Business Media – The Association of Business to Business Publishers
    • 39.  IEEE Member Digital Library  Subscribers can download, save and print 25 articles/mo.  IEEE Enterprise for smaller businesses  IEEE Power Engineering Library  Google and Yahoo searches of IEEE Xplore  CrossRef links to other journals  Online tools make it easier and faster to submit, review and publish papers with IEEE Publications Services Make Research Easier
    • 40. The IEEE Standards Association A World Leader in Standards Development Fostering Technological Innovation  The leading developer of global industry standards in a broad-range of industries, including. . .  Power and Energy - Biomedical and Healthcare - Information Technology – Telecommunications – Transportation – Nanotechnology - Information Assurance – Battery Technology  IEEE-SA offers an established standards development program  Balance, openness, due process, and consensus.
    • 41.  IEEE annually sponsors and co-sponsors more than 850 conferences worldwide  Involved in the technical programming of over 300 additional conferences.  Partnered with over 500 non-IEEE entities  More than 400,000 attendees overall in over 60 countries  First-hand information on the latest developments from leaders in their fields  More than 3,000 annual technical meetings, and other local events  Opportunities to meet leaders in technical interest areas  Searchable IEEE conference database Conferences
    • 42. IEEE Conference Sponsorships… Society/Council 441 Geo Unit 84 Joint 28 Society/Council 241 Geo Unit 61 Joint 47 •558 Conferences (540 in 2006) •50% increase (volume) 2003 Financially Sponsored Technically Co-Sponsored •350 Conferences (325 in 2006) Other 5 Other 1
    • 43. IEEE Conference Locations… 150 14 24 100 270 R 1-6 R7 R8 R9 R10 Financially Sponsored Technically Co-Sponsored 55 13 156 11 110 R 1-6 R7 R8 R9 R10 52% held in Regions 7-10 84% held in Regions 7-10
    • 44. The IEEE Standards Association http://standards.ieee.org/  In addition to the prominent 802® Standards, IEEE- SA has over 900 other published standards with more than 400 in development.  Provides a complete portfolio of standards development programs, products, and services  including individual and entity membership, working group support services, governance, publishing, and more.  Enhanced global adoption of IEEE standards through partnerships with the IEC, ISO, and ITU.
    • 45. Continuing Education IEEE Expert Now  More than 65 one-hour interactive online courses in IEEE’s technical areas of interest  Subscriptions available for Corporate, University, Government and Individual Members  Earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs) IEEE Education Partners Program  Online courses offered from university and corporate institutions at a discount
    • 46.  IEEE Computer Society Certified Software Development Professional Program (CSDP)  Certification for software developers with at least 5 years experience  Under development – an entry level certification for recent graduates to assess their expertise vs. the body of knowledge  IEEE Communications Society is developing the Wireless Communications Engineering Technology Certification Program  IEEE is currently evaluating other certification opportunities in the areas of systems and biometrics Skills Certification
    • 47. Building the Pipeline of Professionals IEEE Pre-University Programs connect engineers & educators Pre-University Teacher In-Service Program (TISP) for Sections  Features IEEE volunteers developing, presenting technical subject matter to pre-university educators in a professional development setting  Over 325 IEEE volunteers trained in 2007 in 16 countries  42 lesson plans aligned with education standards  Overall, more than 1800 teachers have participated in a TISP session led by an IEEE volunteer - impacting over 180,000 students.
    • 48. TryEngineering.org  Explore Engineering Opportun- ities  Find a University  Lesson Plans  Ask an Expert  Ask an Engineer  Ask an Undergrad Student  Play Games  Web site for Engineering and Engineering Education for Counselors, Teachers, Parents and Students  Joint project of IEEE, IBM and the New York Hall of Science.
    • 49. 23 countries in “Find a University” tool at TryEngineering.org  Global search tool Launched in June 2006  Database now includes Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Pakistan, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the US.  Expanded search feature allows users to find accredited programs based on locale, tuition, and size of the student body of the academic institution.  Plans to add more countries in 2008  Available in German, French, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Spanish and English versions.
    • 50. Accreditation.org  A new IEEE portal devoted to accreditation of academic programs in engineering, computing and technology  Provides an overview of accreditation  Lists accrediting bodies worldwide  Lists all the programs they accredit  Provides links and contact information  Provides accrediting body search by country IEEE EAB  Responsible for carrying out accreditation process for U.S engineering, engineering technology programs  Also participates in international accreditation activities
    • 51. Accreditation.org  Provides information on accords and mutual- recognition agreements  Including original text and interpretation  Allows search of accredited programs  Similar to “University Search” on TryEngineering.org  Provides links to articles and reviews on accreditation
    • 52. IEEE.org Web site  “What do you want to do?” links for easy access to popular content  10 portals organize major content areas  24/7 access to IEEE products, services and information  Ongoing usability testing to inform content and design updates Access to Information
    • 53.  Internet broadcasting network producing, delivering special-interest programming on technology and engineering  A member benefit  Increasing public awareness about technology & engineering  Balance of technical disciplines, and member vs. public access IEEE Member & Geographic Activities - IEEE.tv™ -IEEE’s Internet Based Television Network
    • 54. IEEE.tv™ - Internet Based Television Network  Series types  Conference Highlights  Meet the Authors  Careers in Technology  IEEE.tv Specials  IEEE Products  IEEE History
    • 55.  370,000+ Web sites – unique to each Member  Connects individual members to their Section; Section & peer-to-peer networking  Integrated & personalized benefit access  Updated daily from IEEE’s core databases  Putting the Member 1st, regardless of IEEE organization structure or benefit platform  Providing an interface to IEEE membership which is contemporary with younger generations  Encouraging usage of benefits via desktops and tools… benefits usage = retention myIEEE: Increasing and Personalizing the Member’s Connection with IEEE
    • 56. Bringing it all together… myIEEE™  Desktop navigation w/personalized benefit access  Society memberships and conference updates  Latest news from IEEE Spectrum, IEEE Standards, and The institute  IEEE.tv internet television  Direct and seamless access into membership account  Real-time job listings from the IEEE Job Site
    • 57.  Online search, networking tool -- allows members to connect with technical, engineering experts worldwide.  Can be used by members seeking peers who share a common technical interest, membership, or other affinity  Benefit of IEEE membership -- no additional cost  Only online network that connects all IEEE members  Enables networking by technical and geographic affiliations, affinities, and more.  Personalization to each member’s technical interests, IEEE involvement IEEE memberNet
    • 58. IEEE MemberNet™ Online Member Directory
    • 59. Online Member Directory Direction set by 2005 IEEE Membership Development Committee  Exclusive access to IEEE members  Not available to Affiliates  All members’ name and grade are available  Members can opt-in additional info beyond name and grade  Must offer search capabilities Objectives  Launch and deployment of a next-generation, member benefit to help secure membership recruitment and retention  Venue of choice for peer-to-peer networking for IEEE members, and foundation for IEEE social network … IEEE MemberNet launched March 2008
    • 60. MemberNet Navigation / Features Launching IEEE MemberNet  myIEEE  Quick Search, Opt-in Preferences, Launch network  Single sign-on & personalization enabled
    • 61. MemberNet Navigation / Features Member Profile Member’s name linked to their profile Opted-in profile  Photo  Members’ Section (linked)  Short bio  Technical Interests  Employer  School  Various Contact info (email, instant messaging, mailing address)
    • 62. MemberNet Navigation / Features Privacy & Opt-In  Profiles default to only members’ name and grade  Additional info by opt-in only, by each member  Opt-in also determines members’ visibility in search and ‘myNetworks’ query results
    • 63. Online Communities  Over 162 in operation with more than 27,000 users  Communities/Forums include IEEE EMC-PSTC, PES Surge Protective Devices, Embedded System, PCIC, Product Safety, Ethernet Passive Optical Networks Employment & Career Strategies  IEEE governance-- SPC;Section/Chapter volunteers
    • 64. Benefits for Students  Student dues are discounted  Students receive full IEEE benefits and more-  Student Concourse www.ieee.org/students  Potentials Magazine  Reduced Dues program first year after graduation  Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) program for recent graduates in the first 10 years of their careers.
    • 65. IEEE Recognitions  Institute level awards and medals  Society awards  Prize Paper awards  Service recognitions  Regional and local awards  Student competitions  Student Paper awards  IEEE Computer Society International Design Competition  Local events (robotics competitions, etc)
    • 66. IEEE Member and Geographic Activities Board (MGA Board) The Transition RA >>>> MGA MGA was born on 01/01/08
    • 67. RA >>>> MGA - Why Change?  Over the past several years we have lost the focus on the member – no one to blame, it just happened  If you always do what you always did you will always get what you always got  Our world is changing and we must change with it to properly serve the members of the future
    • 68. RA >>>> MGA - A Change of Focus Regional Activities Primary Focus  Geographic Units Operation to Serve the Volunteer, Member, Students, Profession, Public Member and Geographic Activities Primary Focus  Help the member grow and develop for themselves, for the Institute and to serve the common good throughout their life cycle and their various roles. The Geographic Unit is one of the primary means to these ends.
    • 69. RA to MGA Transformation Board Organizational Structure RA  VP Regional Activities  Treasurer, Past Chair  10 Region Directors  4 Vice Chairs  Strategic Planning  Region Section Chapter Activities  Membership Activities  Student Activities  GOLD (nonvoting)  Secretary (nonvoting) MGA  VP MGA  Treasurer, Past Chair  10 Region Directors  4 Vice Chairs  Strategic Management & Analysis  Geographic Unit Operations  Member Development  Information Management  2 Members appointed by TAB  Secretary (nonvoting)
    • 70. Current Transition Status  The MGA Board is in place and engaged  The MGA Vice Chairs have been elected and are engaged  New committees have been formed and committee members are in place  Required processes are being developed  Tools for use at the Section level are being designed and tested  A lot of additional work is still required
    • 71. Member and Geographic Activities Terminology MGA Board - the governing body MGA Department - the staff department at HQ MGA - the team of volunteers and staff leading the effort
    • 72. MGA Vision and Mission Vision Ensure Quality Member Opportunities for Continuous Engagement Mission Inspire, Enable, Empower and Engage Members of IEEE Guiding Principles  The Member is IEEE and IEEE is the Member  Membership is a core value of IEEE.  Members shape IEEE's future.  Members collaborate to create IEEE's future.  IEEE enhances members' future.
    • 73. 2008 MGA Board  Vice President - Joe Lillie  Past Chair – Pedro Ray  Treasurer – Bill Kennedy  10 Region Directors (Jean-Gabriel Remy, Region 8)  4 Vice Chairs  Strategic Management & Analysis – Ed Palacio  Geographic Unit Operations – Luiz Pilotto  Member Development – Gerhard Hancke  Information Management – Gene Ressler  2 Members appointed by TAB – Stuart Long, Mike Williams  Secretary (nonvoting) – Cecelia Jankowski
    • 74.  Focus on the Member - continuous engagement throughout the lifecycle  Develop an IEEE-wide Member Strategy  Member data acquisition, management and protection; relevant products/services and coordinated communications  Geographic Unit Experience – efforts already initiated to engage Sections and Regions  Engagement & relationship development for volunteer leaders  Increase opportunities for new activities & programs  Geographic Unit Operations  Simplify operational requirements for volunteers and staff  Understand impact of government and legal requirements on OU and Geo Unit decisions and operations  Need for closer integration of GeoUnit operations with IEEE organizational decisions; increasing overlaps of OU efforts world- wide  Developing and acquiring skills  Relationship development & management, project management, process management, business analysis and development, enhanced international experience, metrics/benchmarking IEEE MGA – Strategic Considerations
    • 75. MGA Staff – A Resource for You  Membership – Recruitment, Retention, Recovery & Recognition,  Membership promotions & programs  Student Activities  Student Branch Support/Funding  Affinity Group management  Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD)  Life Members and LM Affinity Groups  Volunteer awards & recognition  Electronic Services: SAMIeee, E-Notice, Entity Web Hosting
    • 76. MGA Staff – A Resource for You  Section activities and programs  Section strategic and operational planning  Geographic unit reporting  Finances & Rebates  Officer/Meeting Reporting  Online volunteer geographic rosters  Unit Formation/Dissolutions  IEEE info for volunteers (SCOOP)  Section Chapter Activities  Sections Congress
    • 77. MGA Member Strategy  Member Experience – Lifecycle Management  Strategic direction  Membership Development  Membership Marketing & promotions, OU outreach  Affinity group management (GOLD, Life Members)  Member grade qualifications  Benefits marketing  Member Research and Data Analysis  Annual statistics  Member research agenda  Membership trend analysis  Member-specific product/service development and management  Community – myIEEE, MemberNet  Knowledge - IEEE.tv, IEEE Potentials  Profession – Career Activities
    • 78.  Geographic Unit Experience  Engagement & relationship development  Activities & Programs  Sections Congress  Geo Unit Operations & Processes  Section Operations  Formations, operations, governance  Metrics & tracking  V Tools  Activities to comply with government regulations in countries for which the primary impact is the local geounits  Volunteer development and training MGA Geographic Activities
    • 79. MGA Information Management  Member Information System - 360 degree view of the member & activity tracking  Volunteer & Member Electronic Services Development  MGA Websites - Entity Web Hosting  Electronic business opportunities  V Tools development  SAMIEEE  E-notice  Email Alias & UCE  BMS Support & IT Enterprise
    • 80. MGA Finance & Administration  Budget & Finances  MGA, Membership Dues, Member Operations  Business & financial analysis and modeling  Business management  IEEE.tv  myIEEE  IEEE Potentials  Financial Advantage  Geographic Unit Finances  Rebate Processing  Unit financial tracking
    • 81. IEEE Member & Geographic Activities – Membership Development  The 2008 IEEE Membership Development Kits will be shipped to all IEEE Regions, Sections, Student Branches and Societies late August  The quantities of materials being shipped are based upon the current membership size of the unit.  2008 Membership collaterals include:  2008 member prospect brochure  2008 membership application forms  2008 member benefits brochure  MGM business cards  MGM brochures  IEEE.tv bookmarks  IEEE posters
    • 82. IEEE Member & Geographic Activities Helping Sections to Service Members SAMIEEE – Volunteer access to member data & demographics EWH – Web Hosting for over 1,150 units e-Notice - Electronic newsletter subscription service – 522 units enrolled (Regions, Councils, Sections, Subsections, Chapters, Societies, Student Branches and Conferences) Enabling Member Communications Providing Member Relationship Management
    • 83.  Provide IEEE organizational units with web-based tools to manage their ongoing activities  Tools will include OUMgt: Meetings, WebInABox, Finance, Demographics, Elections, and others.  This project is made possible by volunteers’ efforts with support and assistance from IEEE Staff IEEE Member & Geographic Activities vTools
    • 84. IEEE Fostering Technological Innovation & Excellence for the Benefit of Humanity