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What Makes a Systems Engineer Successful?

Agenda:
6:15 pm Networking with Pizza
6:45 pm Welcome and Chapter Updates by the NSC President, Michele Zoromski
7:00 pm Panel Discussion: "What Makes a Systems Engineer Successful?"
8:30 – Adjourn

Synopsis:

Join us as we follow a panel of Systems Engineering Professionals, who represent a broad and diverse industry base, as they address the elements that make Systems Engineering Successful:

  • Process makes Systems Engineering successful.
  • Management support makes Systems Engineering successful.
  • People make Systems Engineering successful.
  • Culture makes Systems Engineering successful.
  • Data makes Systems Engineering successful.
  • “Living in the gaps” makes Systems Engineering successful.
  • Education makes Systems Engineering successful.
  • Funding makes Systems Engineering successful.
  • Technical prowess and experiences makes Systems Engineering successful.
  • Socials skills and soft-skills make Systems Engineering successful.

Our Moderator for the evening will be Sean McCoy, CSEP.

Moderator Biography:

Sean McCoy, CSEP - Sean McCoy is a Staff Architect at Trane. He received his CSEP last fall, has 13 patents, is a 6-Sigma black belt, and has over 33 years of experience designing and building software systems; 20 of those at Trane developing Building Automation Systems. Sean’s most recent assignment has been leading the development effort for the Requirements Management, Process Automation, and Test Management tools in PTC Integrity. In his spare time, Sean likes to play guitar and can often be seen at Rock Camp for Dads events.

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