November Meeting Systems Engineering Certification Adding value to
Systems Engineering Certification
Adding value to you and your organization
Speaker: Michael Mobley
Boeing Systems Engineer
INCOSE Certified Systems Engineer
Date & Location: 10 November 2011, Boeing Building 305 Conf Rm 190C
Brown Bag Lunch / Presentation: 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Abstract: Certification is a formal process whereby a community of knowledgeable,
experienced, and skilled representatives of an organization, such as INCOSE, provides
formal recognition that a person has achieved competency in specific areas
(demonstrated by education, experience, and knowledge). Certification differs from
licensing in that licenses are permissions granted by a government entity for a person
to practice within its regulatory boundaries. Certification also differs from a "certificate"
that documents the successful completion of a training or education program.
Certification adds value to you as a systems engineer and to your organization.
Biography: Mr. Mobley holds BS in Physics from Denver University, a MSEE from
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, and a Masters in Systems Engineering
from University of Missouri Rolla. He has been employed by McDonnell Douglas
Corporation and the Boeing Company for 33 years, working in aided inertial navigation,
avionics flight test, and systems engineering. He as been an INCOSE Certified
Systems Engineering Professional since 2007.
Directions: B305 is on McDonnell Blvd between I-270 and Lindbergh.
Reservations not required, but please contact Dianne
Milton ([email protected] or 314-233-6801) by
Nov 9 to attend, for a snack count and badging for nonBoeing attendees. Non-Boeing attendees, please contact
Bill Bezdek for meeting escort (cell:314-306-6210).
Snacks provided by INCOSE.
Lunch is also available from Bldg 300 Cafeteria.
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