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IEEE Strategic Research & Planning provides research services to the entire IEEE. Typical research projects examine the needs and opinions of specific groups, assess satisfaction levels, investigate new ideas, evaluate outcomes, or measure the effectiveness of products and services. 

 

How to use this section

  • Active Projects - information on active research projects
  • Completed Projects - information on and an archive of completed research projects
  • Environmental Scans - information on and an archive of completed Environmental Scans
  • Ongoing Work - information on other ongoing work, including Employee Engagement
  • Research Services Available - details of what types of research services offered to staff, members, and volunteers
  • Resources and Reference Materials - information related to the research process, sample sizes, etc.
  • Research Staff - view the profiles and contact information for the IEEE Strategic Research Staff

 
 
 

Strategic research news

The IEEE Strategic Research Annual Report 2011 (PDF 696,KB) summarizes research findings from 56 IEEE Strategic Research and Planning studies completed in 2011. The IEEE studies examined membership, membership trends, and the differences among membership groups such as current, former, and prospective members; IEEE employees were also studied. Specific subgroups investigated include Society members, members of local sections, attendees of various meetings and events, and others. Study topics range from prioritizing IEEE activities in Africa to assessing CrossCheck usage to an evaluation of the Total Rewards program.

Please contact Marc Beebe to receive more information on the studies in the report.

 
 

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Strategic Research Annual Report 2012

The IEEE Strategic Research Annual Report 2012 (PDF, 696 KB) summarizes research findings from 60 IEEE Strategic Research and Planning studies completed in 2012.

Please contact Marc Beebe to receive more information on the studies in the report.