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June 2017 Michigan Chapter Dinner Meeting

Monday, June 19, 2017
5:00pm – 8:15pm
Location: P3 Mobility Innovation Center 25650 W. 11 Mile Road Southfield, MI 48034 Event Sponsor Parking provided in P3 employee lot at no cost.  
On-Line Pre-Registration Required!

Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering

Featured Presentation (by Interactive Live Feed, INCOSE Webinar No. 100) Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering

PMI-INCOSE-MIT Alliance Team Co-Leaders:
Eric S. Rebentisch
, Lead Researcher, MIT CEPE
Randall C. Iliff, Founder/Principal, Eclectic Intellect, LLC
Stephen Townsend, PMI Director of Network Programs  

Door Prize! Win an Autographed Book signed by the lead author, Dr. Rebentisch! 
50% Discounts available for on-site purchase of the book! Quantities are limited! (Limit one per person)

One major effort of the INCOSE alliance with MIT and PMI has been to develop a book incorporating research our organizations have supported over the past three years focused on the integration of systems engineering and project/program management practices. In addition to research, alliance members contributed knowledge of the field, existing tools and standards, and a wealth of practical experience. Thanks to generous contributions by many INCOSE members, as well as our alliance colleagues at PMI and MIT, this important new work is now becoming available to the world.

Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering offers a valuable resource for anyone involved in developmental effort, and presents a framework for understanding how these elements combine to improve programs throughout their life-cycle. It uses case studies and acknowledged best practices to show the practical, real world application of the framework. A key contribution of this book is practical guidance on tools, processes, capabilities and structures that enable effective integration between program management and systems engineering. Please join as the lead representatives from each alliance organization introduce the background behind this work, overview the contents, and share their vision for opportunities that the book creates.

Tickets range from $10 for INCOSE Members to $20 for non-members
Special prices for guests, students, PMI members and members of affiliated societies.
Join INCOSE and attend free with your membership dues.

5:00 Doors Open / Badge & Drink Ticket Pick-up
5:30 Appetizers & Dinner / P3 Guided Tours (Appetizers and Italian foods from Primi Piatti Market)
6:45 Announcements / Door Prize Drawings *
7:00 Featured Presentation (by live Webinar feed)
8:00 Closing Remarks / Bookstore **
8:15 Adjourn

* Door Prize: Two autographed copies of "Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering" by E. Rebentisch.
** Approximately 20 autographed copies of the book will be offered for sale at 50% off INCOSE/PMI member price ($39).

 Register to Attend
- Can’t attend in person? Register at above link to attend INCOSE Webinar #100 virtually (7-8pm). PMIGLC Members please indicate "PMIGLC Member" in the WebEx registration form.

PMI and INCOSE Members Only! Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering is available through the INCOSE and PMI bookstores. Members can purchase the book at a 25% discount.

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