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International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation

In 2015, the flagship conference of the IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society (formerly the Technology Management Council) will be held together with the International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation.

Taylor’s World Conference (24-25 Sept. 2015, Hoboken NJ USA)

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Promotional materials for TEMS now available

Dear colleagues, please feel free to share with your colleagues the promotional materials for TEMS attached below. There is a half-page ad, as well as a full-page, designed to be folded in 1/3.

The Modern Engineer: New Skills, Opportunities, and Obligations

"Ethics symposium and newly launched master’s program helps provide needed training"
Mark W. Werwath and Howard Wolfman
The Institute, 10 April 2014

Read more: http://theinstitute.ieee.org/ieee-roundup/opinions/ieee-roundup/the-mode...

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Resisting change?

Do you have team members who are resisting change? I have been thinking about this lately, maybe because I've had a recent experience, or maybe because I'm thinking about my next article in the Engineering Management Review. ;) I've always said that the difficulties as a manager are typically not in the technical work but in dealing with people.

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How does an American football player's behavior on the sidelines relate to management?

TMC followers: Have you seen the videos showing Dez Bryant (supposedly one of the best if not the best team members of the Dallas Cowboys) losing control on the sideline during the Dallas Cowboys loss to the Detroit Lions 31-30? He yelled at the quarterback, the Cowboys assistant, and others in the team. This is very similar to a situation that any of us can experience in our teams.

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Program management: What is the role of a Program Manager?

In many companies, large projects have program managers assigned to it. The program manager, by definition, manages the "program". The program is everything related to that specific projects: Specification, design, productization, post production, customer relationship, and every other little or big thing as it relates to the project.

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Project execution: Is having a plan enough for successful execution?

It is interesting to see how many teams think that having a project plan means successful execution. Getting the group together and strategizing, then putting a plan together is absolutely important for execution, but as important as planning is to have the discipline to execute the plan.

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Want to understand a firm's strategy? Forget the business plan...

Here is an interesting blog from Harvard Business Review about how to assess a firm. "If you want to really understand a firm’s strategy - whether it’s a start up or Fortune 500 firm - you need only two documents:  the compensation plan and the pricing plan."

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e-Learning course on leadership

The course " Thinking like a Leader: the TILL System" is described and linked on our e-learning page, along with other e-resources of interest.

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