ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT: A Course for Survival

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Engineering survival and success depends on many skills in addition to technical excellence. The class looks at topics from professionalism to ethics, from presentation to people skills, from project management to international cultures. These issues are more important than ever in an engineering environment that is very dynamic and involves frequent transitions between employers and job functions. Numerous assessments of personality styles are addressed along with needs and motivation assessments. Because of the changing international face of upper level engineers, time is invested in understanding cultural nuances and remote management. Industrial interaction is promoted by bringing in specialty topics such as quality and legal. Since the topics are very diverse, a single text was not available. The authors developed a text that was totally on-line

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