The NSPE Race for Relevance Timeline

July 2014

NSPE House of Delegates approves the new NSPE Strategic Plan (PDF)

June 2014

Mission: Engineering a Stronger Profession (June 2014 PE) by President Robert Green, P.E., F.NSPE

May 2014

Making the Old New Again (May 2014 PE) by Executive Director Mark Golden

April 2014

Change or Be Changed (April 2014 PE) by President Robert Green, P.E, F.NSPE

March 2014

Staying Strategic (March 2014 PE) by Executive Director Mark Golden

January 2014

NSPE adopts a Statement of Strategic Direction (PDF) outlining the path it will take toward incorporating Race for Relevance findings into its plans and operational DNA. 

December 2013

Concentrating on Strength, Focus and Fit (December 2013 PE) by Executive Director Mark Golden

August/September 2013

The Race Continues (August/September 2013 PE) by President Robert Green, P.E., FNSPE

July 2013

NSPE Enters a New Leg in its Race for Relevance to Make Your Membership Count for More
(Watch the Video on YouTube)

On the Path to Remaking NSPE (July 2013 PE) by President Dan Witliff, P.E., F.NSPE

The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts (July 2013 PE) by Executive Director Mark Golden

Race for Relevance Task Force Final Reports

July 2012

NSPE Race for Relevance Task Forces appointed.

Harrison Coerver, co-author of the book Race for Relevance: 5 Radical Changes for Associations, attended NSPE's annual meeting in San Diego to discuss the recommendations in his book with NSPE leaders. He also answered questions and provided examples of changes other associations have made to survive and thrive in the future. (Watch the Video on YouTube)

Following the presentation by Race For Relevance co-author Harrison Coerver, 2012–13 NSPE President Dan Witliff, P.E., F.NSPE addressed the audience at the annual meeting in San Diego to outline how the book and its principles can apply to NSPE and benefit the organization moving forward.
(Watch the Video on YouTube | Download the PowerPoint Presentation)

June 2012

NSPE conducts gathers data in preparation for its Race for Relevance.