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Section Management Kolkata, India 4 Mar 2012 Fanny Su Director, Asia Pacific Operations IEEE Singapore Regional Headquarters
Section Management Topics: 1. Geographic Units & their Relationships. 2. Governing documents 3. Operational Effectiveness: Measured by timely annual reporting -Officer, Meeting activity L31, Financial reporting L50 -Section Rebates 4. Succession Planning – Key Section Officers 5. Volunteer Tools & Resources - Center for Leadership Excellence - SAMIEEE
R9 – 18,235 (4.38%) R8 – 76,322 (18.35%) R10 – 97,393 (23.41%) R1 to 6 – 207,096 (49.79%) R7 – 16,943 (4.07%) IEEE Membership By Region 31 December 2011 TOTAL MEMBERSHIP – 415,989 R1 – 35,424 (8.52%) R2 – 31,773 (7.64%) R3 – 30,680 (7.38%) R4 –23,221 (5.58%) R5 –29,335 (7.05%) R6 – 56,663 (13.62%) Reflecting the global nature of IEEE, R10 and R8 are now the two largest IEEE Regions
Regions (10) Sections (333+) Student Branches (1,991+) Member & Geographic Activities Board Areas Subsections (50) Councils (18+) Chapters (2,050+) Affinity Groups (349+) Student Branch Chapters (585+) Total Geographic Organizational Units 31 Dec 2011 Student Branch Affinity Groups (154+)
Region 10 Sections (57) Student Branches (749+) Areas Subsections (17) Councils (6) Chapters (490+) Affinity Groups (49+) Student Branch Chapters (98+) Region 10 Geographic Units 31 December 2011 Student Branch Affinity Groups (53+)
1. Geographic & Technical Unit Relationship Technical Activities Board Parents - WIE, Consultants, GOLD IEEE Societies Member & Geographic Activities Board (MGAB) Regions Areas Sections Chapters Affinity Groups Sub-Sections Student Branches Council SB Chapters SB Affinity Groups
2. IEEE Governing Documents http://www.ieee.org/about/corporate/governance/index.html MGA Operations Manual http://www.ieee.org/societies_communities/geo_activities/operations_manual/index.html Section 9 Geographic Organizational Units http://www.ieee.org/documents/section09_19nov2011.pdf The basis of governance by which Geographic Units should be managed is through the Member and Geographic Activities (MGA) Operations Manual. If required by local law, Sections and Geographic Councils may also create their own addendum/bylaws, using the MGA Operations Manual as a guideline. Member and Geographic Activities (MGA) Operations Manual
Addendum or document in conflict with MGA Operations manual - submit a request for exception to the Region Director who will present the item to the MGA Board for action. Addendum or document NOT in conflict with MGA Operations manual - submit a request for approval to the Region Director. Any questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Changes to the Geographic Unit Formation Petition Process – Effective 1 Jan 2012 Affects petitions for Sections, Subsections, Chapters, or Affinity Groups. The petition organizer is responsible for communicating their intent to begin the petition process with the geographic parent’s executive committee, prior to gathering signatures on a petition. Prior to submission of the completed petition to MGA staff, the organizer must obtain the signed endorsement on the new geographic unit petition form from a member of the geographic parent’s executive committee. This step ensures awareness of the organizer’s intent and their willingness to coordinate efforts with the geographic parent. The organizer shall complete a business plan summary sheet to indicate the planned meetings and activities for the initial six months of the proposed geographic unit. The business plan summary sheet is included on the revised petition form. The business plan form shall include the signature of a member of the geographic parent executive committee, which will indicate the geographic parent’s endorsement of the business plan. Petition signers must have been IEEE members for a minimum of six months.
3. Operational Effectiveness Timely reporting of : 1. Current Officers Submit Officer Confirmation Report electronically http://officers.vtools.ieee.org/ 2. Meeting Activity Submit form (L31) electronically http://www.ieee.org/societies_communities/geo_activities/required_reporting/meet ing_form.html http://www.ieee.org/societies_communities/geo_activities/required_reporting/meet ing_form.html 3. Financial Activity : Treasurers log into Netsuite online (L50) must be received & approved to qualify for Rebate http://www.ieee.org/societies_communities/geo_activities/required_reporting/L50. html Deadline - 17 February 2012 for 10% Bonus - If reporting is on-time & complete by deadline then Section gets 10% bonus - 31 March 2012 is final deadline to submit reporting in order to receive rebate for 2011 activities
Financial Reporting - L50 http://www.ieee.org/societies_communities/geo_activities/required_reporting/L50.html Treasurer to access L50 form with webaccount. L50 submission is up-loaded online. No longer via mail or email. Step by Step instructions given. Both outgoing & incoming Section Chairs/ Treasurers sign off on annual L-50 financial report All Section Chairs and Treasurers are required to complete an IEEE Disclosure Statement and Principles of Business Conduct forms/Conflict of Interest (POBC-COI) In order for a unit to be eligible for the 10% bonus of the total rebate, all required information must be submitted by 17 February 2012. If the information submitted is not complete or contains errors, and if corrections are not submitted within 60 days of a written request, the 10% bonus will be forfeited. The written request provided by IEEE will clearly state what action is expected, the date by which it must be submitted and the consequence if not submitted
- Continue Original bank statements (not IEEE Concentration Banking and Investment Accounts) must be provided Some banking institutions do not provide hard copy of the banking statements. If your unit is not able to provide the original bank statement with your financial report, please contact us via the email address below. Copies of pages with signatures, and additional back up may be faxed to +1 732 463 3653 or scanned and emailed to email@example.com
Summary of good Financial management practices Bi-annually: –Review checque register with Section Excom Monthly: –Review accounts – Section Chair and Treasurer Annually: –Review & update bank signature cards –Conduct local Section audit Assist in IEEE Audit if requested Exemption to Signatories, use L50 Financial Report Form Consider Concentration Banking program/ custody account –Easiest way to be compliant with most of the IEEE processes & policies
2012 SECTION REBATE SCHEDULE FOR 2011 ACTIVITIES http://www.ieee.org/societies_communities/geo_activities/required_reporting/rebate_schedule.html Rebate schedule based on 31 st December membership numbers –Includes US$2,000 Section Rebate, plus: $4 / Fellows & Senior Members $3 / Associate, Member & Students $1.50 / Affiliate $500 / Active Subsection $200 / Active Chapter or Affinity Group New Sections: pro-rated from formation date to 31 Dec 2011 10% Bonus for reporting on time i.e: 17 February 2012
ACTIVITY BONUS a)All Sections reporting 10 meetings or more, at least 5 of which be of a technical nature, shall received an additional US$200 b)All Subsections reporting 10 meetings or more, at least 5 of which be of a technical nature, shall received an additional US$100 c)Joint meetings may be counted toward only one unit’s bonus. For example, joint meetings of different Chapters and/or Affinity Groups may not be counted as a meeting for both units. d)All Chapters or Affinity Groups reporting 6 or more meetings of a technical nature shall receive an additional US$75. e)Activity bonus funds are excluded from the 10% bonus for timely reporting. To qualify for Activity Bonus: Meeting Reporting Bonus deadline: 17 February 2012
Section/Subsection Chair 1) Manage operations of the Section Section /Subsection Vice Chair 1) Assist Chair in managing operations of the Section Section/Subsection Secretary 1) Submit Section meeting activity – L31 2) Check subunits (Subsections, Chapters, Affinity groups) submit reports 3) Submit Section/Chapter Officer reporting within 20 days of election or changes online Section/Subsection Treasurer 1) Submit the L50 financial report for Section and subunits (Subsections, Chapters, Affinity Groups) Other Section executive committee members depending on our Section activities: Membership Development Coordinator Industry Liaison Coordinator Chapter Coordinator Educational Activities Coordinator Student Branch Cordinator 4. Succession Planning – Key Section Officers
Officer Reporting Officer Confirmation reporting online (login with web account) http://officers.vtools.ieee.org/ Officer eligibility except Newsletter Editor and Webmaster - anyone may hold those positions http://www.ieee.org/societies_communities/geo_activities/volunteer/qualify.html The qualifications to be an IEEE Geographic Unit officer are: –IEEE Membership must be current (membership dues must be paid) upon entering office, and must be maintained throughout term of office. –Membership Grade of "Graduate Student Member" or above. Graduate Student Member, Member, Senior Member, and Fellow grades qualify; Student and Associate Member grades do not. –Membership in the Geographic Unit in which office is to be held. –Chapter Officers, in addition to the above requirements, must also have and maintain membership in the Chapter's Society. In the case of JOINT CHAPTERS, membership in any (1) of the Societies is sufficient. Officer Terms: Jan-Dec,maximum 2 years with exceptions granted by Region 10 Director
- Continue Submit officer confirmation report online within 20 days of elections or of a change of officer. Important: Please be sure to have only ONE person submit the Officer Confirmation report form from your geographic unit. Section/Subsection Officers Report all officers Chapter/Affinity Group Officers Need to report only Chair and Treasurer You should receive copy of the submitted Officer confirmation report form Any questions should be directed to IEEE MGA Department at: scs-officer- firstname.lastname@example.org
Timeline to Remember Key DatesDescription Mid Feb10% bonus on the rebate if you submit your Financial Report before the 3rd Thursday in February End of MarchDeadline to submit Financial Reports (Financial Reporting Form)(Financial Reporting Form) End of MarchDeadline to submit Officer Reporting Form (Officer Reporting(Officer Reporting End of MarchDeadline for filing Meeting Activity Reports (L31) (Meeting Report Form)(Meeting Report Form) End Feb/Early March Regional Meetings - around end Feb/early March Flexible – by DecElections if it is an election year Flexible – by DecAnnual General Meeting – each section requires an AGM each year
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