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1 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 1 Tonights Schedule 6:15 PM – Socialize over pizza and soft drinks 6:45 PM – Welcome and Chapter Overview Paul Frenz, INCOSE North Star 2011 President 6:55 PM – General Dynamics Overview Paul Frenz, Senior Systems Engineering TM 7:05 PM – Wanted: Systems Engineers With Moxie! John Thomas – Presented by Paul Frenz 7:35 PM – Panel: Kevin R Driscoll, Eileen Arnold, Neill Radke Honeywell BAE Cummins 8:30 PM – Adjourn

2 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter Program Theme SE In A Changing World (Innovation, Safety, Education)

3 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 13 January:Integrated Systems within 3M + Tour of SEMS Lab 3M 17 February:CMMI Overview & Whats New – CMMI V1.3 Boston Scientific, Arden Hills 17 March:SE Program Updates – U of M (IT & CCE), U of St Thomas Tour of PaR Systems Manufacturing Facility 21 April: How Usable is Your Software? Goodrich, Burnsville 6-7 May:CSEP Tutorial – Medtronic 19 May:Virtual Manufacturing - An Amazing SE Tool MTS, Eden Prairie 12 June:Summer Social Andiamo Dinner Cruise on St Croix Calendar

4 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter -28 July - Coming in Under Par: What Golf Can Teach Us About Systems Engineering - Timberlodge - 18 August - American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Joint Meeting – High Altitude Research – Ridgedale Library - 15 September – Wanted: Systems Engineers With Moxie! -General Dynamics 13 October - Complexity – Sarah Sheard - Honeywell - 15 October – Fall Tutorial: Complexity – Sarah Sheard- Honeywell -10 November - Military SoS In Operation In TheatrePanel Discussion -3 December - Holiday Party Santorinis at Eden Prairie Calendar

5 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 5 Event Calendar Details & September 20th, 2011 (Tue) 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM IEEE: ASQ Minnesota Reliability Consortium: Design for Reliability Roseville, MN September 21, :30 PM - 7:00 PM ASME-MN Rapid Prototyping and Tour of Stratasys Eden Prairie, MN November , th Annual INCOSE Great Lakes Regional Dearborn Inn, Dearborn, MI5th Annual INCOSE Great Lakes Regional

6 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 6 Event Calendar Complex Systems for the Systems Engineer by Sarah Sheard INCOSE NORTH STAR CHAPTER - FALL TUTORIAL Saturday, 15 October, 2011 Honeywell in Golden Valley, MN Registration begins at 8:30 AM, presentation from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM Synopsis: Sarah Sheard is the head of INCOSEs Complex Systems working group and she will discuss complexity as it relates to systems engineering. She looks into the sciences of chaos theory and its daughter science, complexity, and shows how these fields can be adapted to help improve systems engineering for the more complex systems-of- systems that are being developed today. Registration Deadline is 4:00 PM Friday, 7 October 2011.

7 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 Professional Certification Program International Council on Systems Engineering has established a multi-level Professional Certification Program to provide a formal method for recognizing the knowledge and experience of systems engineers, regardless of where they may be in their career.

8 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter Communication North Star Chapter Web Site: North Star Newsletter – The Integrator –August 2011 issue viewable/downloadable North Star Chapter Meeting Information –Charts from past meetings are viewable and downloadable on the website

9 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 2011 Chapter Organization Contact Eileen Arnold Systems Science SE Technical Process Architecture SE Management Process Requirements Risk SE Support Processes Measurement Modeling & Tools Specialty Engineering Application Sectors INCOSE Certification Advisory Group (CAG) Eileen Arnold – Chair CAG Project Manager Dave Walden Measurement Working Group Paul Frenz – Chair SE Competency Eileen Arnold - Chair President Paul Frenz Secretary Angela Robinson Treasurer John Palmer Dir. Industry Mark Feitel President Elect Brendan Hall Past President Mark Elpers Dir. Acad/Govt Neill Radke North Star Leadership Communication Eileen Arnold Technical Operations

10 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 10 INCOSE North Star is seeking assistance to help spread the word about chapter events Volunteers are being sought to aid communication of meeting and seminar information as well as help with other related activities The main objective of the team is to grow and retain members Please sign up to get more information and assist Sign up at the meeting, see Ambassador Group sign up sheet at the table For more information contact Ambassador Group

11 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 11 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 of all subsequent events. Attendance BE SURE AND SIGN THE ATTENDANCE LIST! PLEASE WRITE SO WE CAN READ IT!!

12 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter Attendance at our meetings continues to grow…but so does the cost of Pizza and Soda We will continue to have networking time and serve appetizers and soft drinks We ask that you help us by making a voluntary donation You decide if and the amount and place it in the gold box (any amount helps) 12 Many thanks, your response to date has been most helpful Donations

13 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter Wanted: Systems Engineers With Moxie! Technical Leadership is not Optional for System Engineers Paul Frenz, CSEP spent over 20 years in commercial software product development before coming to GDAIS in He is a senior systems engineering technical manager here and has lead the System Engineering measurement program that he helped develop. He holds undergraduate degrees in Business Administration, Public Accounting and Quantitative Methods and a Masters degree in Software Design and Development. He is a Six Sigma Black Belt and an active member of the North Star Chapter of INCOSE, serving as President for Paul Frenz 13

14 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 14 Backup Slides

15 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 15 What Is INCOSE? International Council On Systems Engineering: Not-for-profit membership organization founded in 1990 Mission: Advance the state of the art and practice of systems engineering in industry, academia, and government by promoting interdisciplinary, scalable approaches to produce technologically appropriate solutions that meet societal needs.

16 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 16 Systems Engineering What is a System? A system is a whole that functions as a whole by virtue of the interaction of its parts. This definition implies that: All parts are necessary They need to be linked for the system to work

17 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 17 Why Join INCOSE? A membership in the International Council on Systems Engineering will expand your view of the engineering of complex systems and your knowledge of the many aspects of the practice. Project managers, software and hardware engineers and product developers are joining INCOSE to learn how to the use the systems engineering process and apply it to their industries. Get a global perspective of your job responsibilities. Learn how the application of systems engineering techniques can improve your job performance and your organization's well being.

18 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter It has been suggested that we could network better… …please take a moment to introduce yourselves to those on your right and left!!! There will be a quiz! 18 Introductions

19 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter For posting or seeking job opportunities: Go to: –Select Education and Careers –Select Job Bank –Create an account –Post job openings –Select View Jobs to see the listings Job Opportunities 19

20 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter MnSPE and All Engineering Societies for Engineers Night with the Saints Tuesday, May 24 is Engineers Night at the Saint Paul Saints. They are holding a special recognition evening for the engineering industry and are inviting engineers to attend the baseball game. As part of this, MnSPE would like to invite you and the members of your society to attend the evening with us. We have reserved a private tent for a pre-game tailgating dinner which includes traditional ballpark fare grilled on-site, pop/water, $1 beers and pre-game activities. MFESTS society members who would like to attend can purchase tickets through MnSPE. Registration includes your dinner and game ticket. The picnic begins at 5:30 p.m. Game time is 7:05 p.m. Full details and registration information are available: https://m360.mnspe.org/ViewEvent.aspx?id=28727&instance=0https://m360.mnspe.org/ViewEvent.aspx?id=28727&instance=0 SWE-MFESTS Picnic on June 21st at Central park in Roseville. Come join us for a fun family event and bean bag toss/ ladder ball competition. Families are welcome. Please contribute $5 for every attendee over the age of 12 to help offset the cost of food. RSVP by June 17 th with the number of people attending. RSVP: (Please include your organization in the RSVP and let us know whether you would prefer hot dogs or hamburgers, so we will have a better idea of what to MFEST - Kurt Nordstrom 20

21 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 21 Program Themes Chapter Calendar Chapter Organization Chapter Communications INCOSE Event Calendar SE Certification Job Opportunities Applicable Project Life Cycle Phase Attendance Donations Speaker Introduction Overview Agenda

22 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 22 Why Join INCOSE? With your membership, you'll receive the following: –Network with over more than 7,000 members in 40 countries –Quarterly e-Publication, INSIGHT –Electronic version of Systems Engineering, the Journal of INCOSE –Contribute through INCOSE technical activities –Collaborate with experts and practitioners –Lowest prices on INCOSE Publications –Access to i-Pub, the INCOSE publications database (> 2,000 symposia papers –Exclusive access to INCOSE Connect, the collaborative space (members only) –Special Downloads –Membership Directory –Current and past issues of INSIGHT –Systems Engineering Handbook (no charge to members in softcopy) –Measurement Primer (no charge to members in softcopy) –Current and past issues of the Journal

23 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 23 Why Join INCOSE? Your membership supports: –Annual International Symposia –Local Chapter Operations –INCOSE Connect collaboration space –The Discussion Forum reflector (for online discussions) –INCOSE Representation on Standards Committees –Professionally Operated INCOSE Office You'll have opportunities to purchase: –INCOSE Guidebooks and Handbooks –Annual Proceedings on CD-ROM –Products from Technical Committees

24 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 24 MFESTS

25 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 25 MFESTS

26 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 26 Systems Engineering What is Systems Engineering? A profession, a process and a perspective Focus on design & application of the whole – not the parts Involves looking at a problem in its entirety Glue that holds all components of a solution together into a whole that satisfies customer needs

27 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 27 Systems Engineering What are components? Hardware Software Safety Human Factors Reliability Maintainability Logistics Support Training Disposability Environment Manufacturing Structure Materials Architecture Cost Schedule Test Many, many more

28 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 28 Systems Engineering Who Cares? …the Stakeholders Advocate or proponent Shareholder Owner User(s) Architects Developer Services provider Independent Test Agency Administrator Mission planner Analyst Support Maintenance Instructor Critic Competitor Adversary General Public

29 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 29 Thank you for your participation in our chapter survey Were sending it a second time just to get maximum response Dont respond to this second one if you responded to the first Well use these results to guide our meeting & tutorial planning Chapter Survey

30 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 30 Chapter Survey Thank you for participating in our recent chapter interest survey! –59 member and non-member participants responded –Respondent represented.... –a broad range of experience levels –inputs from the consumer, commercial, industrial, med device, defense, healthcare and business/information industries Information is being analyzed to aid our chapter planning in regards to meetings and tutorials

31 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter 31 Chapter Survey

32 Chapter Overview 15 September 2011 North Star Chapter ISO 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


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