Special Seminar: The Leaders We Need In Engineering
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
2:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Room 2400 Computer and Space Sciences Building
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The A. James Clark School of Engineering's American Nuclear Society Student Chapter presents:
The Leaders We Need In Engineering
With special guest Dr. Michael Maccoby Consultant, author, and leadership coach to major organizations.
Dr. Michael Maccoby will be discussing his new book The Leaders We Need: And What Makes Us Follow (2007), and how the principles in his book can be applied to engineering. Dr. Maccoby has been a consultant and coach to leaders in many corporations, unions, universities, the military, the World Bank, and the State and Commerce Departments of the U.S. Government, and has authored several best-selling books over the last 30 years. He became known internationally for his books on leadership and pioneering projects to change work. His book The Gamesman (1977), was the first bestseller to describe the new entrepreneurs and managers in high-tech industry. Dr. Maccobys recent book, Agents of Change: Crossing the Post Industrial Divide (2003), describes his leadership of AT&T's Workplace of the Future. Dr. Maccoby is the Director of The Project on Technology, Work and Character, a non-profit research center that was founded in 1969 with a grant from Harvard University's Program on Technology and Society. The Project has studied leadership, values, and organizational change and pioneered model union-management projects to improve work. Dr. Maccoby also directed the Program on Technology, Public Policy and Human Development at Harvard University from 1978-90.
This Event is For: Public • Clark School • Graduate • Undergraduate • Faculty • Staff • Post-Docs • Alumni • Employers • Corporate