Top Ten Lessons for Engineering Managers

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In this webinar, we’ll focus on the lessons derived from some of the most downloaded articles from the IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.  Hundreds of engineering managers have voted with their download choices over many years. Leslie will distill lessons from

  • “A Process Model for Industrial New Product Development,” Robert G. Cooper (1983)
  • “The Causes of Project Failure,” Jeffrey K. Pinto and Samuel J. Mantel, Jr. (1990)
  • “Factors for Success in R&D Projects and New Product Innovation: A Contextual Framework,” R. Balachandra and John H. Friar (1997)
  • “Critical Factor in Successful Project Implementation,” Jeffrey K. Pinto and Dennis P. Slevin (1983)
  • “Project Management Maturity: An Assessment of Project Management Capabilities Among and Between Selected Industries,” Kevin P. Grant and James S. Pennypacker (2006)

With the exception of the first, the lessons are clustered in three basic areas: Market, Technology and Organizational Factors

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Acknowledgements: Mick Kuehn, Kimberly Johnson, Gina Lund and Marjorie Anderson

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