Becoming a Complete Project Leader
Philbin, SP and Kennedy, D (2016). Becoming a Complete Project Leader. Industrial Engineer. 48 (2), pp. 39-43.
|Authors||Philbin, SP and Kennedy, D|
Leading engineering projects can be a challenging task. There is the need to guide engineering work across the organizations involved, thereby ensuring delivery of the project and with engineering activities being undertaken according to the required processes stipulated by the client. The project leader needs to tackle problems that arise during the project lifecycle and to develop appropriate responses that mitigate such problems. There is also the need to ensure effective communications and engagement between project participants, partners, clients and, when needed, with wider stakeholders. Against this backdrop, many engineering projects continue to encounter problems.
|Journal citation||48 (2), pp. 39-43|
|01 Feb 2016|
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|Deposited||08 Jan 2019|
|Accepted||01 Jan 2016|
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