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Topic Title: Race for Relevance.
Topic Summary: asking fundamental questions about the registration and its role in the profession of engineering.
Created On: 25 August 2013 09:29 PM
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 25 August 2013 09:29 PM
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MosheW

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Asking fundamental questions about the IEng registration and its role in the profession of engineering.

Changes have been experienced by all nonprofit societies and associations.

To remain relevant to their members and successfully carry out their missions, organizations need to adapt.

What's changed: 1) decreased availability of time that members have to dedicate to association activities, 2) increased value expectations, 3) increased industry consolidation and specialization, 4) increased generational differences, 5) increased competition caused by the growth in the number of associations, and 6) technology explosion,etc
Decreased almost non existing demand by employers for IEng as desired or recognition as a condition or a plus, advantage.

Under the current leadership address various aspects of the Institutes operations. The work of the task forces if any, what are they doing for brand of IEng?
Creating a new foundation for a refocused IEng.
 26 August 2013 05:48 PM
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westonpa

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Originally posted by: MosheW
The work of the task forces if any, what are they doing for brand of IEng?

I think they are trying to do their best and hoping that it will work out ok in the long run.

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