At the heart of INCOSE is the ability to connect people. Whether you are interested in looking for ways to increase your circle of influence or in working on a particular issue, INCOSE chapters and Working Groups offer unparalleled points of connection.
Chapters play an essential role in the achievement of INCOSE’s goals and objectives, organizing a multitude of professional and social programs; attracting new members from industry, government and academia; supporting technical activities striving to advance the state and art of systems engineering; and, showcasing INCOSE as the international authoritative body on systems engineering that it is.
INCOSE Working Groups, which function within individual chapters as well as on the organizational level, provide resources to stakeholders who want to share and access information that brings additional value to systems engineering careers in industry, academia and government.
Working Groups (WGs) are under the direction of INCOSE’s Technical Operations. WGs are the source of technical products, technical interactions among stakeholders, technical events and technical information repositories.
The symbiotic relationship between Chapters, Working Groups and the overall INCOSE structure feeds the overall mission and goals to serve people and organizations at all stages of engagement.
Participating in Chapter and/or Working Group activities contributes to the development of leadership skills.
Learn about the Working Group structure.