This textbook on engineering management focuses on problem-solving, communication skills and the new aspects of quality management. Specific case studies are introduced, and the three major forms of engineering contract used in the UK are studied at some length.
This book identifies the parallels between engineering and management. It illustrates that businesses are systems and have structures similar to engineering systems. The book offers an excellent introduction to management. It provides a concise yet comprehensive guide to the tools used in managing people, materials, machines, quality, finance, innovation, change and corporate strategy. The book aims to provide a progressive awareness and development of management concepts and identifies the role of the engineering manager in the business engineering environment.
Business Basics: The Business Environment; Management Styles; Management of Quality; Materials Management and the Engineer; Managing Design and New Product Innovation; Organizations; Managing to Succeed; Part 2: Behaviour of Individuals; Behaviour of Groups; Communications; Work Study; Costing and Pricing; Measuring Financial Performance; Project Investment Decisions; Maintenance Management; Project Management; Networks for Projects Management; Contract Law and Procedures; Inventory Management; Management of the Supply System; Marketing.
Management for Engineers by Andrew Payne
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