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1 IEEE Staff & Operations Cecelia Jankowski Managing Director, Regional Activities Region 1 Meeting 18 August 2006

2 IEEE Operations Center

3 Welcome!

4 IEEE Today World’s largest technical professional society dedicated to the advancement of technology Over 365,000 members More than 70,000 students Live & work in over 150 countries –Holds more than 400 international conferences annually –Publishes over 30% of the world’s literature in electrical and electronics engineering and computing –Offers nearly 900 active industry standards

5 More About the IEEE Grouped into geographic and technical areas reflecting where we live and work –10 Regions (1-6 are in the US) –315 local Sections –More than 1,400 Student Branches in 80 countries –10 Divisions –44 Societies and Councils –1,570 Chapters

6 Top 10 Membership Countries IEEE has members in well over 150 countries. 2005 RankCountry 2005 Membership* % of All IEEE Mbrs 1UNITED STATES219,12559.6% 2INDIA22,1346.0% 3CANADA15,5174.2% 4JAPAN12,7023.5% 5UNITED KINGDOM8,4592.3% 6CHINA (including HONG KONG & MACAU) 6,3511.7% 7AUSTRALIA6,0691.7% 8GERMANY5,9411.6% 9KOREA4,0721.1% 10MEXICO3,9991.1% * Data based on mailing addresses

7 Promoting Community Worldwide: Recognitions Institute level awards and medals Society awards Prize Paper awards Service recognitions Corporate recognition Regional and local awards Student competitions –Student Paper awards –IEEE Computer Society International Design Competition –Local events (robotics competitions, etc)

8 IEEE Organization Assembly Publication Services & Products IEEE-USAEducational Activities Regions Regional Activities Standards Association Societies Technical Activities ED & Staff Executive Committee Board of Directors MEMBERS

9 IEEE Staff Organization

10 IEEE Worldwide

11 IEEE Staff Locations New York (2) Piscataway, NJ Washington, DC (2) Los Alamitos, CA Singapore Tokyo

12 Fostering Technological Innovation: A World Leader in Standards Development IEEE is the source for technical standards; Internationally recognized 900 standards; 400 in development Newest areas: Wireless LAN/MAN, Broadband Over Power Lines, Nanotechnology and much more. IEEE expands standards reach through partnerships: IEC ISO ITU

13 Career & Educational Activities Enabling Careers through Life-long Learning Continuing education programs organized by Sections can be tailored for local membership needs. These activities are most important, since they are planned by members & cater directly to member needs. Section Education Chair's Guide to Planning Successful Educational Programs provides guidelines for organizing continuing education activities.

14 IEEE Enables Members’ Careers Through Continuing Education Expert Now IEEE 60 one- and two-hour interactive online courses based on IEEE’s best conference tutorials –Subscriptions for corporations –Available individually to members later in 2006 IEEE Education Partners 6000 online courses offered from university and corporate institutions at a discount

15 Building the Pipeline of Talented Professionals to Enter Technology Fields IEEE Pre-University Initiatives link engineers and educators Pre-University Teacher In- Service Program for Sections 15 lesson plans aligned with education standards Over 600 teachers have been trained impacting over 63,000 students Goal is to reach another 2,000 educators by the end of 2006 IEEE Pre-University Educator / Engineer Resource Site (PEERS) –Website that fosters collaborations to help improve the pre-university teaching of science, math, and technology

16 Scope of Technical Activities Operations Prime Focus of efforts Creation of, support of, and access to Intellectual Property (IP) High Quality Both Archival and Leading edge Electronically available Easy to create by authors worldwide Building of Technical Communities Supporting the Education and Outreach Guarding the Future of Engineering New technology coverage Awards and recognition Lifelong learning Operational Components

17 IEEE Fosters Technical Innovation Through its Societies 44 Societies and Councils. Bring members together with similar interests Sponsor conferences, workshops tutorials, seminars, etc Develop publications: Journals, Magazines, Newsletters. Recognize member accomplishments –Technical awards, prize papers,

18 IEEE Fosters Technological Innovation Through Conferences 380+ international conferences 145,000+ attendees overall Searchable IEEE conference database at First-hand information on the latest developments from leaders in their fields More than 9,000 annual technical meetings, symposia, and other local events. Have opportunities to meet leaders in technical interest areas

19 Conferences Strategic Goals Summary 1.Be the premiere place to present, discuss, and publish new results in all IEEE fields of interest 2.Improve overall management and performance of IEEE Conferences 3.Effectively manage conference finances 4.“Conference of the Future”: Anticipate technologies that will affect the conduct, delivery, and content of future conferences 5.Develop a strategy for conference partnering, mergers, and acquisitions 6.Maintain a focus on strategic directions for Conferences 7.Improve conference cooperation among IEEE OUs 8.Improve marketing and competitive positioning

20 New Effort: Marketing at Conferences 2006 Initiative written and approved Consultant hired to gather existing marketing information that might be transformed into a conference marketing message Head start was funded by 2005 Conference Marketing Program Reorganized internal Conference marketing activities as of January 2006 Attended Conferences in 2005

21 Fostering Technological Innovation: IEEE Publications 130+ magazines, journals and transactions IEEE produces 18 of the 20 top-cited publications in electrical and electronics engineering Over 400 annual conference proceedings Documents delivered online through IEEE Xplore® digital library l Average IEEE Xplore use: Over 5 million downloads a month l More than 1.3 million articles

22 IEEE SPECTRUM IN PRINT AND ONLINE New Online Features: Spectrum Radio Webcasts RSS Feeds Blogs

23 New Services Make Research Easier 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

24 IEEE’s Units Publish A Wide Variety Of Technical Material 93 Society/Council Transactions & Journals 34 S/C Specialized Magazines >600 Conference Proceedings Annually 21- 35 Books each year >20 Newsletters Proceedings of the IEEE IEEE Spectrum Magazine Potentials Magazine The Institute Note: 2006 Title list IEEE articles published: 2005 Fc’st 2000 % change Periodicals28,00015,018+66% Conference articles82,00055,235+50%

25 Source: 2004 IEEE Member Segmentation Study Source: 2004 IEEE Member Segmentation Study Q25: Please indicate the major reasons you originally joined the IEEE. Publications Are An Important Part Of How IEEE Meets It’s Mission It’s Behind The Top 2 Reasons For Joining The IEEE It represents half of the IEEE’s revenue (2004 Revenue = $264 M) Source: 2004 IEEE Annual Report Source: 2004 IEEE Annual Report Revenue from Operations, excluding Investment returns

26 IEEE Data Center

27 Electronic Services Members/Customers Members can have a total electronic experience –New member application –Renewal, add services, update contact information, –On-line store –IEEE Xplore –Instant access to electronic services What’s new @ IEEE E-mail alias service IEEE job site

28 IT Operations

29 New User-Focused Web site

30 Geographic & Technical Unit Relationship Technical Activities Board Parents - WIE, Consultants, GOLD, LMC IEEE Societies Regional Activities Board Regions Sections Sub-Sections Student Branches SB Chapters SB Affinity Groups Councils ChaptersAffinity Groups Areas Geographic Unit Structure

31 R9 – 32 Sections R8 – 50 Sections R10 – 49 Sections R1 to 6 – 164 Sections R7 – 20 Sections 315 Local Sections Representing the IEEE Brand to 367,395 Members Worldwide Over 4,000 Geographic Units More Than 9,100 Events Held in 2005

32 Helping Sections to Service Members SAMI EEE – 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

33 Evolving Member Value & Marketing 2005 2006 2007 Launch of myIEEE™ Pilot for IEEE mentoring program Pilot Online Member Directory Redesigned Membership Brochures New, Annual Benefits Update New, Membership CD-ROM

34 Group 1 (Swing) N=775 21% of population  Oldest segment with longest membership. Largest US representation. Most interested in practical benefits of membership. Highest awareness and usage of IEEE financial products and services. Not very active members but most likely to volunteer and to remain a member. Most likely to have begun membership as students and to be electrical engineers. Highest salaried members. Regional Activities – Understanding Members’ Needs Group 4 (Content Base) N=1216 33% of population Highest non-U.S. membership. Highest usage of IEEE products/services. All have purchased IEEE products in the past. Very active members. Have engaged in many activities. Values IEEE printed content very highly and this is a large reason for their membership. Most likely to belong to IEEE technical societies. Half use IEEE Xplore. Most likely to hold doctorate degrees. Group 2 (Active Base) N=479 13% of population All members in this segment have made a financial contribution to IEEE. Most satisfied segment. Most likely to recommend IEEE to others and to remain a member in the next 5 years. Places very high value on IEEE membership. Proud to be a member and feel membership adds value to their lives. Committed to the profession and hence IEEE membership. Most aware of IEEE products and services. Group 3 (At Risk) N=1223 33% of population  Second highest non-US membership. Shortest membership and youngest members. Least active members. None have purchased an IEEE product. Least aware of and lowest usage of IEEE products and services. Place low value on membership except for career development tools or services offered. Least satisfied with membership and least likely to remain a member of IEEE. Member Segmentation Summary

35 Cecelia Jankowski Managing Director Cathy Downer GOLD/IRC Project Manager Section Programs Administration - RAB, Section/Chapter Support, Strategic Planning Information Processing Student Activities Dan Toland Manager Vera Sharoff Manager Laura Durrett Manager Mike Binder Director, Membership Membership IEEE Regional Activities Staff Emily Smith IEEE Potentials Editor Singapore Fanny Su Manager John Day Sr. Mgr – Business Development Open Manager Peggy Lefkin Supervisor Denise Maestri Supervisor, Admission & Advancement

36 THANK YOU for volunteering your time to IEEE IEEE is a better organization because of your individual & team efforts

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