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Webinar 153: INCOSE President-Elect Candidates Present their Position Statements

Meeting Title: INCOSE President-Elect Candidates Present their Position Statements
Moderator: Paul Schreinemakers
Date: Thursday, 9 September 2021 
Time EDT: 11:00 am- 12:00 pm EDT (3:00 pm – 4:00 pm UTC) 

INCOSE Webinar 153 Invitation

In September/October, we will choose INCOSE’s next President-Elect who serves two years before becoming INCOSE’s President for 2024 and 2025. Before casting your vote, learn more about the candidates Ralf Hartmann and Tom Strandberg. Hear their visions for INCOSE and listen as they respond to questions. During this hour webinar, both candidates will offer brief introductory remarks before answering prepared questions from the moderator as well as your questions from the audience. 
Ralf Hartmann, GfSE Chapter
Tom Strandberg, Sweden Chapter

We have moved to the ZOOM platform for INCOSE webinars. One significant change is that we recommend that attendees join audio now using the ZOOM platform audio (Voice over Internet). This worked very effectively for the recent (virtual) International Symposium.

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You will also find a copy of the joining instructions on the INCOSE Connect website, at
Do you have questions, on how to develop, manage, and verify requirements for your technical project? Several new guides from INCOSE, from the Requirements Working Group - will help! After this presentation you will know where to get the answers to your needs and requirements questions: needs identification and elicitation, requirements authorship, development, V&V, and requirements management questions.