The Strategy for the 21st Century was developed in 2009 and sets the direction and focus of the IET.
At the end of 2009, the Board of Trustees agreed the IET Strategy for the 21st Century, including seven strategic priorities for the three year period 2010-12.
The Board regularly monitors progress against the strategic priorities and by mid-2011 could see foundations in place for a growing and increasingly relevant IET. It therefore decided that the IET should have a longer term strategy, which will be delivered through the rolling three year strategy.
Developed in consultation with the Main Boards and Council, the 10 year strategy was agreed by the Board of Trustees in May 2012.
Achieving the IET’s goals relies on effective “one team” working between IET staff, who provide functional expertise, and volunteers, who provide the reach and technical capabilities to deliver our strategy.
In mid-2013, the Board of Trustees added one team working as an additional strategic priority within our three year strategy.
Take a look at our One team working page to read about just some of the many examples of IET volunteers and staff working together to achieve great things.
The PowerPoint presentation below is available publicly. The more detailed brochure has been produced for IET members only.
If you have any questions or ideas, please email email@example.com.
We held a MyVoice webcast on the Strategy for the 21st Century on 3 September 2012. This was an opportunity for members to find out more about the strategy and provide their feedback. More information and a video of the event are available from the MyVoice page.
Hear some more about the strategy from Chief Executive Nigel Fine in the October/November 2012 IET News video.