The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 72 (1994) > Issues > Issue 22 > Good Engineering Needs Good Managers
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Good Engineering Needs Good Managers

The engineering challenge Engineering brings together people, ideas and things to create something new and useful for society. The challenge is to manage these three facets dynamically to achieve a satisfying synergy. This is particularly true for the construction industry, where the products often have a major impact on the landscape (urban or rural) and are around for a long time. M.R. Starr

Author(s): Starr, M R

Keywords: management;cpd;training;engineers