Singapore Chapter

Strategically sited at the cross-roads of the East and West, uniquely Singapore has adapted the best engineering practices of the West and East to successfully implement large scale systems engineering and social projects in education, transportation, defense, health, housing, among others, to satisfy the diverse needs of Singapore’s population and visitors.



  • INCOSE India Chapter: Bangalore Circle Event

    Nov 11, 2016 - 08:30 AM - 04:00 PM

    Le Meridien, No. 28 Sankey Road (Opposite Bangalore Golf Club)
    Bengaluru, Karnataka

    "Men and Women Advocating Together" A workshop organised by INCOSE India Chapter along with the Empowering Women as Leaders in Systems Engineering (EWLSE) initiative.
  • Singapore Chapter Event: Visit to Nanyang Polytechnic

    One Day: Nov 18, 2016 - 02:00 PM - 05:00 PM


  • INCOSE Singapore: Talk: International Symposium 2016 key take away, by Serge Landry

    One Day: Oct 25, 2016 - 06:30 PM - 09:00 PM


    INCOSE Singapore Talk: International Symposium 2016 key take away, by Serge Landry, Current President of INCOSE Singapore Chapter, 'Great value for those who were not able to go'
  • INCOSE Singapore Chapter talk: Selling SE value & utilizing Capability Design to establish or enhance organizational SE capability

    One Day: Aug 29,, 2016 - 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM


    SE has the potential to be a ubiquitous discipline. INCOSE’s SE Vision 2025 asserts that SE can add value across many domains- yet barriers exist to take-up and application in organizations where systems practices are not already explicit. Practitioners from traditional defense, aerospace domains likewise report cyclically getting questioned on the value of SE implementation. The presenters will share strategies for selling the value of SE to organizations – regardless of maturity level, whether establishing or enhancing their systems capability. As organizations seek to establish or enhance their systems capability, they would benefit from undertaking a Capability Design approach to that organizational initiative – just as they might for program delivery service capability upgrade. Structured capability design assesses alignment between the organization’s strategic business goals, operational activities/structure and existing organizational systems (e.g., people/ assets/ knowledge/ IT/ governance) with the capability upgrade under consideration - such as establishing or enhancing SE capability. Capability design approach coupled with modeling supports explicit processes for discovering and reasoning about inconsistencies and problems that might otherwise be ignored, and highlights the impact of introducing or evolving capability across the whole enterprise. Leveraging systems modeling is advisable given the level of complexity at the whole of enterprise level. The presenters will share their experiences applying capability design approaches with systems modeling.