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Click on the image below to get more information!! 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. It will take place 22-24 June 2015 at the University of Ulster in Belfast, Northern Ireland, hosted by local organizer Brendan Galbraith.
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.
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.
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.