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Chapter Overview 17 May 2012 North Star Chapter 1 Tonights Schedule 6:00 PM – Network and Socialize over Snacks and Soft Drinks COURTESY of STRATASYS 6:30 PM – Welcome and Introductions Elliot Abrons, 2012 Co-President 6:40 PM – INCOSE 2012 Paper SE and PM Intersects and Confusion Eileen Arnold 7:20 PM – Stratasys & the Redeye Business Matt Havekost – Systems Engineering at Stratasys & Facility Tour Jim Orrock 8:30 PM – Adjourn
Chapter Overview 17 May 2012 North Star Chapter 2 2012 Program Theme Systems Engineering In Large, Medium & Small Companies
Chapter Overview 17 May 2012 North Star Chapter 23 February:An Introduction and Tour of ReconRobotics ReconRobotics, Presentation and Host 29 March:Artificial Intelligence Tools for the Systems Engineer Ridgedale Library 19 April: SAVI Technology as a Modeling Tool Honeywell 17 May: INCOSE 2012 Paper Review - plus An Introduction and tour of Stratasys Stratasys Corporation 14 June:Systems Engineering in Healthcare United Health Group Center – Opus Complex 29 July:Summer Social In Planning 3 2012 Calendar
Chapter Overview 17 May 2012 North Star Chapter For posting or seeking job opportunities: Go to: www.incose.org –Select Education and Careers –Select Post a Job –Create an account –Post job openings –Select View Jobs to see the listings Job Opportunities 4
Chapter Overview 17 May 2012 North Star Chapter 5 Why sign in? For the past several years we have had the chapter incentive program to encourage attendance at our meetings. For 2011, a $50 gift certificate for BP gasoline will be awarded to every member attending six or more regular meetings or who brings one new member into the chapter. (Note – You must be a member in good standing for the entire year to qualify) For guests or members attending for the first time, this also insures your notification by email of all subsequent events. Attendance BE SURE AND SIGN THE ATTENDANCE LIST! PLEASE WRITE SO WE CAN READ IT!!
Chapter Overview 17 May 2012 North Star Chapter The INCOSE Bylaws state that each attendee Is eligible to receive 1 PDU for attending a regular chapter technical meeting –Maximum award per year of 10 PDUs The North Star Chapter will hereafter make 1 PDU certificates available to those attendees at our meetings who desire them. This benefit is available to members and non members and is directly applicable to CSEP requirements PDU Credit 6
Chapter Overview 17 May 2012 North Star Chapter 7 ISO 15288 Project Life Cycle Stakeholder Requirements Definition VerificationRequirements Analysis Transition Architectural Design Validation Implementation Operation Integration Maintenance Disposal Project PlanningProject Assessment Project Control Decision MakingRisk ManagementConfiguration Management Information Management Stakeholder Requirements Definition VerificationRequirements Analysis Transition Architectural Design Validation Implementation Operation Integration Maintenance Disposal Enterprise Environment Management System Life Cycle Process Management Quality Management Resource ManagementInvestment Management Supply Acquisition
Chapter Overview 17 May 2012 North Star Chapter Eileen Arnold, PMP, ESEP-Acq, has over 30 years experience in managing multi-site projects/programs and engineering & management of HW, SW, and Systems across the project and product life cycles, including development, modeling & simulation, SE and PM competency frameworks, and measurement/analysis for both the commercial and defense sectors. She gained insight into the project/program management world with her capability lead assignments at BAE Systems in Fridley, MN. She has a B.S.E.E and an M.A and recently received the Minnesota Federation of Engineering, Science, and Technical Societies (MFESTS) Charles W. Britzius lifetime achievement award. She has been active in INCOSE since 1996, holding positions as Chair of the Competency Working Group, Certification Advisory Group (CAG), and Technical Board/Technical Leadership Team/Technical Operations. She was a leader in formation of the Heartland Chapter and has been the North Star Chapter Director of Government and Academia, editor for the Chapter newsletter The Integrator and acting web master for the chapter web site. She has been President of both chapters. She is also a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI). Eileen Arnold 8
Chapter Overview 17 May 2012 North Star Chapter Paper Critique 9 The objectives of our paper presentations are three fold: Allow member to give their presentation in front of a live audience Allow presenters the opportunity to received constructive critiques so they can improve their presentations Give members who do not attend the international symposium an opportunity to hear papers presented by North Star members Please fill in the critique sheets and turn them in after Eileens presentation
Chapter Overview 17 May 2012 North Star Chapter Jim Orrock holds a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering and an M.S. in Mechanics, both from the University of Minnesota. He has worked in various R&D roles, primarily on industrial control and equipment applications for nearly 30 years, with about half that time at Honeywell where, as a young engineer he was immersed deeply in the systems engineering discipline. Jim joined Stratasys in 2008 as the Systems Engineering Manager. Prior to joining Stratasys Jim held engineering leadership positions with various semiconductor equipment manufacturers, most recently as Director of Systems Engineering for Soligie, a printed electronics additive manufacturing company. Jim moved into the position of Director, Materials Development at Stratasys in late 2011 and still works closely with the Systems Engineering team at Stratasys. Jim Orrock 10
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