Engineering and Technology Management Tools and Applications
Release on 2002 | by B. S. Dhillon
The word "engineer" is derived from the Latin ingenium, which literally means
natural talent or capacity as well as "a clever invention" . Nonetheless, in the
modern terms the words "technology" and "engineering" may simply be
described as ...
Career success for engineers who wish to move up the management ladder, requires more than an understanding of engineering and technological principles OCo it demands a profound understanding of todayOCOs business management issues and principles. In this unique book, the author provides you with a valuable understanding of contemporary management concepts and their applications in a technical organization. You get in-depth coverage of product selection and management, engineering design and product costing, concurrent engineering, value management, configuration management, risk management, reengineering strategies and benefits, managing creativity and innovation, information technology management, and software management. The large number of solved examples highlighted throughout the text underscore the value of this book as an indispensable OC How ToOCO manual, and library reference piece."