What Will EV’s do to the Grid? It is time to find out. When I read this article last week, Stanford engineers warn that electric car charging could crash a grid powered by renewable energy, I also had the luck of meeting with Steve Warner the
Our thanks to Paul and the team at IDEAS Magazine for the Building Leaders of the Future article and discussion about Engineering Leadership. "Great leaders are built, not born. That’s the central message behind Engineering Leadership, a nonprofit that Clemson University alumnus Doug Haugh has developed to demystify leadership and
Are you a leader that is creating the right environment for your team to be happy? Many may answer in terms of pay, benefits, opportunities, safety, training and so on. What can be missed is the approach and perspective you bring as a leader to driving performance and measuring any
To explore the role that inspiration plays in leadership we interviewed Deb Conklin an industrial engineer and CEO of Reddy Ice, the largest manufacturer and distributor of packaged ice products in the United States. Deb is a CEO who has become what I would call a “turn around” specialist.
Our episode covering the Engineering Leadership Constant of Mission with Charlie Blackwell-Thompson is now available. Charlie is the first female launch director at NASA and is leading the launch for Artemis, the mission to get us back to the moon. While each of our contributing engineers chooses the constant they
THE HEART OF LEADERSHIP, PART 1 OF 5 In Part 1 of Engineering Leadership, which we will cover in 5 parts, we start by laying down what I refer to as the “Heart of Leadership”. Optimism Trust Courage Humility Love These are matters of character, behavior, and disposition. While I