The Bits and Pieces

11 Nov 2014 7:00 AM | Anonymous

I would like to take a moment to share some news about upcoming and recent ASEM activities. Granted, the association is rather dynamic and there always seems to be a bustle of activity someplace in the organization. For me, it helps to write things down so I don't miss any of the action; your mileage may vary.

The next ASEM webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, November 19th at 11:00 AM Central Time. The ASEM Executive Director, Dr. Bill Daughton, will be presenting the topic 'ASEM EMBOK and Professional Certification.' As an ASEM member, webinars are free and a great way to keep your Professional Development Units (PDUs) current. This webinar will include the history and evolution of the ASEM Engineering Management Book Of Knowledge (EMBOK), and its relationship to the Engineering Manager Professional Certification (EMPC) program. In Bill's words: "This webinar will be important for anyone considering establishing professional certification as an engineering manager."

If you are interested in attending, please register here . If you are interested but unable to attend, be sure to check the ASEM store to download a copy of the webinar.

The other news I'd like to mention is that the conference pictures are uploaded and ready for you to view. You can check out all the fun through the conference website or directly through the ASEM Facebook page. There are a few posts with photos in them, too.

Just to link the two topics together, be sure to take note your attendance and participation at this year's conference as part of your PDU tracking. If you need more information around PDUs, there's a helpful document that you can find here, with more information available on the ASEM website. You've worked hard for your certification, so don't miss an opportunity to keep your notes up-to-date.


Tricia Simo Kush is a recently certified Professional Engineering Manager. Her background is in Information Technology with a goal is to take her career to a higher level through Engineering Management. To her, Engineering Management is a fascinating mix of technology and business, people and process. Follow her on Twitter (@TSimoKush) or check out her profile on LinkedIn.

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