Industry Relations & Development Committee FAQs
- Becomes a member of the Board
- Sets the tone for the committee work
- Ensures that members have the information needed to do their job
- Oversees the logistics of the committee's operations
- Reports to the President
- Reports to the full Board on the committee's decisions/recommendations
- Works closely with the President, other Board members and other staff as agreed to by the President
- Assigns work to the committee members, sets the agenda and runs the meetings, and ensures distribution of meeting minutes
- Initiates and leads the committee's annual evaluation
Q: How do I become a committee member?
A: You can become a Committee Member by contacting your Committee Chair and letting him/her know that you are interested in volunteering. Make sure you explain why you are interested and how you think you can contribute to the charter of the Committee. The Committee Chair will contact you to determine how you best can serve the committee.
- Check out this interesting white paper describing how the ATCTA Code of Conduct compares with the Codes of Conduct of IASSC, ISACA and PMI: The ATCTA Code of Conduct And Other Service Management Organizations’ Codes of Conduct.
- Our Industry Relations & Development Committee welcomes enthusiastic volunteers who are willing to support our committee and help grow our association. If you feel we are talking about you, then please contact your Committee Chair and learn more about how you can contribute to the ITSM training industry.
Mart Rovers, Industry Relations & Development Committee Chair, InterProm USA Corporation
Nasser El-Batal, Committee Member, Ahead Technology Inc.