Leadership and Management in Engineering

William Hayden,
Brian R. Brenner,
Charles H. Glagola,
Patty McManus,
Jeffrey S. Russell,
American Society of Civil Engineers

American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA

Abstract: 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.

Subject Headings: Leadership | Financial management | Management methods | Team building | Publications | Project management | Professional practice


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