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1 BOEING is a trademark of Boeing Management Company. Copyright © 2010 Boeing. All rights reserved. 4/13/2015 The Boeing Company Developing Our Systems Engineers Charles Toups VP/GM Network & Tactical Systems

2 Copyright © 2010 Boeing. All rights reserved. 4/13/2015, | 2 Complex Products In A Changing World Photo Credit: Artist Concept Neg #: 02pr-01546e_wgs_art Boeing Photo

3 Copyright © 2010 Boeing. All rights reserved. 4/13/2015, | 3

4 Copyright © 2010 Boeing. All rights reserved. 4/13/2015, | 4 Boeing Systems Engineering Development Bachelors Masters P1 P2 P3 Doctorate Occupation Engineering (6) Discipline Systems Engineering (K) Job Family Systems Engineering Engineer (8C) Job Family Level P1-P6 Skill Code 16 Choices P4 P5 P6 Greatest Impact on the Development of Early-Career Systems Engineers

5 Copyright © 2010 Boeing. All rights reserved. 4/13/2015, | 5 Undergraduate Systems Engineer Development 1.Complete Systems Engineering (SE) overview course 2.Develop understanding of SE Career Roadmap and select SE skill of interest 3.Review the technical competencies required for the SE skill chosen 4.Review Boeing training mapped to the SE skill chosen 5.Establish training curriculum with manager 6.Attend training courses per curriculum 7.Gain on the job experience a.Sign up for a Rotation Program b.Join the Boeing Mentor Program 8.Pursue a graduate degree in SE Boeing Photo Dynamic and Flexible SE Development Options

6 Copyright © 2010 Boeing. All rights reserved. 4/13/2015, | 6 Embedding Systems Thinking  All new engineers take a Systems Engineering course that answers the following questions: –What is systems engineering? –How does SE impact me? –How and when do I apply SE principles? –How do my activities fit into the larger SE picture? –Where can I go for more information and help? Photo Credit: Vandenberg AFB Image Neg. #FTG Setting Clear SE Expectations Across the Boeing Enterprise

7 Copyright © 2010 Boeing. All rights reserved. 4/13/2015, | 7 Boeing Systems Engineering Career Roadmap

8 Copyright © 2010 Boeing. All rights reserved. 4/13/2015, | 8 Boeing SE Skill-Specific Career Roadmaps

9 Copyright © 2010 Boeing. All rights reserved. 4/13/2015, | 9 Establish Plan and Complete Training

10 Copyright © 2010 Boeing. All rights reserved. 4/13/2015, | 10 Undergraduate Systems Engineer Development 1.Complete Systems Engineering (SE) overview course 2.Develop understanding of SE Career Roadmap and select SE skill of interest 3.Review the technical competencies required for the SE skill chosen 4.Review Boeing training mapped to the SE skill chosen 5.Establish training curriculum with manager 6.Attend training courses per curriculum 7.Gain on the job experience a.Sign up for a Rotation Program b.Join the Boeing Mentor Program 8.Pursue a graduate degree in SE Boeing Photo

11 Copyright © 2010 Boeing. All rights reserved. 4/13/2015, | 11 Thank you  Developing Systems Engineers is critical to: – Boeing – Industry – Our Nation  This is a great new forum and we need you to be successful! Systems Engineers Solve Society’s Most Demanding Problems Boeing Photo

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