This book provides results-oriented techniques for succeeding in business -- techniques that are rarely taught in engineering school. Once, technical competence and hard work were all anyone needed to succeed as a technical professional. Those days are gone. Now, new technical professionals need to know how to manage yourself and others. How to survive in the corporate world. How to communicate. How to understand the needs of the organization. How to analyze the business implications of their work. Most of all, they need to learn how to become a leader. Engineering Your Future shows young technical professionals the ropes -- all of them. It covers the entire range of business management topics, from accounting and economics to quality management and the legal aspects of an engineer's work. Throughout, Engineering Your Future emphasizes results-oriented techniques that are immediately useful on the job. Entry-level technical professionals and students preparing to enter the workforce.Q Make necessary repairs without delay. ... Q Shoes always polished and In good repair. ... check list (Source: Used by permission of N. M. Grant and M. J. Cross of Grant Cross Communications Group, Inc., One Brighton, Oak Brook, IL 60521.
|Title||:||Engineering Your Future|
|Author||:||S. G. Walesh|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1995|