Project Performance International is affiliated with the following organizations:
Asociación Española de Ingeniería de Sistemas (AEIS)
PPI is collaborating with AEIS with the aim of increasing engineering capacity, awareness and capability within Spain. Visit AEIS’s website here for further information regarding this chapter and how to become a member.
Associazione Italiana di Systems Engineering
PPI is delighted to become the first silver sponsor of the Associazione Italiana di Systems Engineering. PPI is collaborating with AISE with the aim of increasing engineering capacity, awareness and capability within Italy. Visit AISE’s website here for further information regarding this chapter and how to become a member.
Cognitive Systems Design
Cognitive Systems Design focuses on the analysis and design of systems that involve people doing cognitive work. The concern is with the design of technologies and training, teams and organizations with the aim of ensuring that cognitive work is efficient, effective and robust. Dr. Gavan Lintern also writes an interesting blog “Special Topics in Cognitive Systems”.
Gesellschaft für Systems Engineering e.V.
The GfSE was founded in 1997 in the legal form of a registered association. GfSE is the German section of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) and represents the organization as a German chapter of INCOSE in the German-speaking countries.
As a non-profit organization, GfSE promotes science and education in the area of systems engineering in industry, research and teaching. It participates in the activities of INCOSE at European and international level and also offers a German-language service on the subject of systems engineering INCOSE itself constituted itself 1990 as an international, not-for-profit organization. PPI training courses held in Germany can be found on INCOSE German chapters website.
INCOSE Corporate Advisory Board (CAB)
PPI is a member of the INCOSE Corporate Advisory Board (CAB), sitting along side 106 (as at 31 July 2017) enterprises such as Aviation Industry Corporation of China, and General Dynamics, The Boeing Company and Volvo. CAB members provide guidance on overall INCOSE direction, focus, and priorities:
- A conduit between INCOSE and the sponsoring corporations for information exchange, key corporate systems engineering-related issues, and access to corporate executive management; and
- A bi-annual priority needs list and assessment of how well INCOSE is meeting those needs based on status inputs from the BoD and the Technical Board.
As the first chapter in mainland Europe, INCOSE Netherlands started in 1996 with 25 enthusiastic members. Among the growing number of members (100 in 1999, 270 in 2005 and over 400 in 2011) are people from business, education and the consulting world, and the application of Systems Engineering is very diverse. PPI training courses held in the Netherlands can be found on INCOSE Netherlands website.
INCOSE South Africa
INCOSE SA and PPI/CTI collaborate to provide Continuous Professional Development (CPD) via PPI’s SE Training courses and CTI’s SE certification examination training courses in South Africa. Visit INCOSE SA website here for ECSA accredited courses and associated CPD credits.
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Systems Engineering Society of Australia (SESA)
The Systems Engineering Society of Australia (SESA) is a Technical Society of Engineers Australia and the Australian affiliated chapter of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). Technical Societies provides a forum for mutual technical development, networking, expanding and sharing knowledge with like-minded professionals. Members of Technical Societies provide expert opinion on a broad range of issues and have a capacity to exert considerable influence about professional practice in a changing world market. PPI is a Corporate Member of SESA.
Project Performance International (PPI) and the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) via its Transnet Centre of Systems Engineering (TCSE) have a collaboration agreement with the aim of increasing engineering capacity and capability within South African industry. The agreement provides for joint presentation of systems engineering training and education, accreditation of existing training courses, joint development, accreditation and presentation of systems engineering training, and in general, collaboration to further entrench systems engineering into the South Africa landscape across the spectrum of South African industries and agencies. Read more