Optimizing Computer Aided Planning

by Lynn Jeffrey Bernhard, US Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering, Branch, Provo, UT, USA,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Computer Applications in Water Resources


Computer aided planning may fail if new or untried computer programs or new equipment is used when time is limited. Eleven leadership skills helped the Utah Projects Office, US Bureau of Reclamation, use new equipment and programs meet critical deadlines when a major portion of the Central Utah Project was reformulated. These leadership skills helped create a positive environment where individual creativity and responsibility were broadly exercised.

Subject Headings: Computer aided operations | Equipment and machinery | Leadership | Water reclamation | Water resources | Bureau of Reclamation | Computer software | United States | Utah

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