STRATEGIC PLAN REVIEW AND UPDATE:
GROWING AND STRENGTHENING WCCE
NOVEMBER 2012
EMILIO COLÓN - PRESIDENT
TOMÁS A. SANCHO - PRESIDENT ELECT
TOPICS
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1. Introduction
2. Mission, Vision and Core Values
3. Objectives
4. SWOT Analysis
5. SWOT Strategies
6. Goals and Targets
7. Review
8. Comments
1. INTRODUCTION
• What is the WCCE?
• Background
• Its Establishment:
- Founding members
- Membership
- Governance
- Strategic Alliances
• Strategic Plan and its Benefits
What is WCCE?
• Facilitates a global platform where:
– all members are equal
– capable of addressing specific problems typical of the
civil engineering fields
• Open to all existing organizations involved
directly or indirectly in civil engineering and the
construction business
• WCCE’s core values:
– Integrity and Ethics
– Solidarity with developing countries
– Commitment to achieve a humanistic sustainable
development
– High technical standards
• Foster the free exchange and transfer of
knowledge, technology and information
• Promote Engineering as the profession of choice
Background
• Concept developed by the European
Council of Civil Engineers (ECCE),
which was created in 1985
• Established through ECCE in Istambul
in November 2005
• The World Council of Civil Engineers
(WCCE) was founded on July 2006 in
México, D.F.
Founding Members
• Africa Engrs Forum
Greece
• Col Ing Agrim PR
España
• Col Ing Costa Rica
CE
• Esc Sup Ing Cam Esp
ECCE
• Fed Col Ing Mexico
Tanzania
- Assoc CE
- Col ICCP
- Cyprus Coun
- Eu Coun CE-
- Inst Engr
Membership
• Ordinary members (voting):
1. National civil engineering organizations
2. International/regional civil eng
organizations
• Associate members (non voting):
1. Corporate members
2. NGOs and Academic Institutions
3. Individual professionals
4. Students
5. Sectorial associations
Current National Members
Current members
• National members:
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Greece
- Puerto Rico
Costa Rica - Brazil
Mexico
- Tanzania
Turkey
- Cuba
Zambia
- Zimbabwe
Dom Republic
- Spain
- Cyprus
- Kuwait
- Nigeria
- Bolivia
Current Membership: cont.
• International members
– European Council of Civil Engineers (ECCE)
– Africa Engineers Forum (AEF)
• Associate members
– NGO and Academic Institutions
• ETS Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos – Madrid
• Fundación Aragonesa para el Fomento de las
Infraestructuras (AFI)
– Corporate Members
• Associação Brasileira de Engenheiros Civis (ABENC)
• Zentralverband Deutscher Ingenieure (ZDI)
– Individual Professionals: 87
– Students: 2
Strategic Alliances
Strategic Plan and its Benefits
• Five-year Projections
• Growth
– Products
– Services
– Countries Provides direction
• Benefits:
- Guides achievement of goals and
objectives
- Provides for orderly growth
- Establishes metrics system
2. MISSION, VISION AND VALUES
MISSION
(overall purpose of WCCE, our “raison d ' être”):
Provide a world working platform for all
stakeholders in the civil engineering, on
equal footing, that contribute effectively to
sustainable development and to improve
living conditions of all mankind, managing
the built and natural environment, through:
• Sharing knowledge and experience
• Application and transfer of technical skills
• Showing society the importance of civil
engineering and its good practice
VISION
(what WCCE wants to achieve and aspires to
become in the future):
• WCCE contributes all worldwide
Civil Engineering to be:
- the main vehicle for the
sustainable development
- the reduction of global poverty
- the choice for young professionals
WCCE’s CORE VALUES (1)
• Members’ equality: All national/international members
participate on an equal footing in WCCE deliberations and
decisions
• Solidarity with developing countries: Solidarity Fund
ensures that everyone who wants can participate. WCCE
promotes full engagement by Civil Engineering profession:
promoting mobility of our professionals for the transfer of
knowledge and adequate technologies, in order to help
less developed societies to increase their standards and
to help them to become equal
• Integrity and ethics: WCCE requires acceptance of a
detailed code of conduct for its members and encourages
the development of actions against corruption by
promoting ZERO TOLERANCE TO CORRUPTION
WCCE’s CORE VALUES (2)
• Commitment to achieve a humanistic sustainable
development: The purpose of WCCE is to improve living
conditions for all mankind planning, design, building and
managing sustainable solutions able to deal with the need
of infrastructures demanded by society, and with an
adequate comprehension of the natural processes.
• High technical standards: WCCE promotes them
worldwide. Civil Engineers perform and provide unique
services for the community involving personal decisions
and use of creative skills that carry and demand
substantial responsibility. These services are more than
often an essential requirement for everyday life and have
to be of high quality, reliability and absolute safety. If the
services are defective, disruption and grave
consequences may result which could include injury
and loss of life to many people.
3. OBJECTIVES
GLOBAL OBJECTIVES
• Promote cooperation between Civil
Engineering organizations and the vasts fields
associated
• Transfer of knowledge, technology, information
and sustainable solutions to issues
• Global mobility of professionals
• Promote health, safety, mitigation risks and
quality standards
• Professional conduct and fight corruption
• Promote meetings, seminars, congresses, and
information & data exchange
4. SWOT ANALYSIS
5. SWOT STRATEGIES
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SO Strategies: Use strengths to take advantage of opportunities
WO Strategies: Overcome weaknesses by taking advantage of opportunities
ST Strategies: Use strengths to reduce threats
WT Strategies: Minimize weaknesses and reduce threats
6. GOALS AND TARGETS
Specific Objectives (Key Success Factors):
what we are setting out to achieve next three years, related
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A) Membership
B) Services
C) Communications
D) Finances
E) Alliances
F) Conferences and Seminars
TARGET A. MEMBERSHIP:
- Increase membership and be present in all continents
- Maintain on-going contact with Member Organizations
• Country approach:
- Identify Countries
- Identify Civil Engineering Organizations
- Identify related organizations
- Establish Professional Practice Requirements
- Identify Academic Institutions
• Membership benefits
- Web Based (Intranet)
- Conferences, Congresses and Activities
- Journals
- e-Newsletter
ACTIVITIES TO INCREASE MEMBERSHIP
• Establish personal relationships (ExCo and Executive
Director)
• Approach to ECCE members in synergy with ECCE
• Approach to UPADI members related with Civil
Engineering
• Approach to African CE professional associations
• Approach to Asian CE professional associations
• Approach to Engineering Professional Associations
of Portuguese and Spanish Language
• Approach to individual professionals offering
services and facilitating e-contact ( reserved member
web area and payments by computer)
• Approach to Academics and students
Membership Targets
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• National Members
• Corporate Members
2012
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• NGO's and Academics
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• Individual Professionals 90 1000
• Students
2 300
2015
TARGET B. SERVICES:
- Increase the services and ensure its continuity
- Promote the activity of the Standings Committees incorporating
representatives of all Members
- Develop and deliver specialized services on a segmented basis as required
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GIACC Guides against corruption
Professional mobility and recognition
WEB (reserved area) and e-newsletter
Conferences, Congresses and Activities
Standing Committees activities
JAWER Journal of Applied Water Engineering and
Research
• WACER World Annual Civil Engineering Report (since
2014)
• Insurance certification
• World’s Civil Engineering Heritage
TARGET C. COMMUNICATIONS:
- Promote the activity of the Standings Committees incorporating
representatives of all Members
- Increase communication and social presence of the WCCE
- Presence based on IT systems and solutions to increase performance and
reduce costs
- Promote a modern vision of civil engineering as a profession of progress,
enhancing the commitment to sustainable development and the eradication of
poverty
• WEB (open area)
• Conferences, Congresses and Activities
• Standing Committees activities
• WACER World Annual Civil Engineering Report
• Intervention in International Forums and Global
Pannels
TARGET D. FINANCES:
- Adapt fees' policy to the crisis, enhance solidarity fund, and validation
services to the WCCE as payment of fees
• General reduction of fees (associated to increase
membership)
• Generation of new revenues from sale of new
services (as JAWER or Insurance Certificate)
• Pay-pal or similar for individual members
• Regulate our Solidarity Fund and increase its
amount
• Fees Reduction for national members of
International members
• Fee reduction for individual members of national
members
• Validation services of members as payment of fees
TARGET E. ALLIANCES:
- Promote partnership with global organizations (more strategic alliances)
- Compromising a framework of loyal, productive relationships and synergies
with other global organizations
• Analysis Millenium Development
Goals
– Regional Needs
– Country Needs
• International Organizations
– UN and its entities
– World Bank
– OTHERS: IAHR, WWC, OECD, ICOLD…
TARGET F. CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS :
- Promote the activity of the Standings Committees incorporating
representatives of all Members
Annual Activities
• Activity
2012
• Conferences/Seminars
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• Congresses
1
• Continuing Education
– Web Based
– Conventional
• Other Training
2015
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7. REVIEW and COMMENTS
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Vision, Mission and Core Values
Objectives
SWOT analysis and strategies
Products and Services
Projects
Other activities
Plans Update
ALL TOGETHER, SURE, WE CAN!
Thank you very much!
Emilio Colón
Tomás A. Sancho
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