|Project Management for Engineers|
The Chamber of Engineers recently organised a lecture on Project Management for Engineers, in collaboration with the Malta Institute of Management. The lecture was given by Prof. Alex Roberts from Edinburgh Business School. The aim of the lecture was to focus on the transition from specialist management posts such as a chief engineer or plant manager, to a position that requires increased leadership skills, such as operations or general manager, or even starting a new company. This transition requires the learning of new skills that are not obtained during the engineering degree, such as skills like being responsible for other people's performance, for financial and marketing issues, leading transformational change in your organisation and for managing relationships with suppliers and buyers.
|Last Updated on Monday, 30 April 2012 19:37|