Leadership and Management in Engineeringby
Brian R. Brenner,
Charles H. Glagola,
Jeffrey S. Russell,
American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA
Leadership and Management in Engineering, a publication of the Committee on Professional Practice, examines contemporary issues and principles of leadership and management. The focus is on understanding and application of these principles through a variety of venues within the publication, including news, brief and concise leadership and management nuggets, and short articles of interest to practicing professionals in a variety of roles and industry segments. The focus includes, but is not limited to, individuals and public and/or private entities, small and large projects, and organizations. Areas of interest are: leadership; teamwork; communications; team building; decision making; partnering; project management; mentoring; coaching; diversity; department, branch, and office management; professional practice and development; budgeting; financial management; productivity management and tools, including motivational theory, incentives, and feedback techniques; globalization; networking; change management; role and involvement in political process; local-, state-, and national-level legislative and regulatory issues; and economic and environmental sustainability.
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