Kevin McManus

Performance by Kevin McManus

Learning to lead
Most organizations often take their leadership development system for granted. This can be tested quickly with two questions. First, how effective are your existing leaders? Second, what improvements have been made to your leadership development process?

Paul Engle

Management by Paul Engle

Numbers don't lie: Women are gaining
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, women will earn 50% more degrees this academic year than men. Degrees awarded to women outnumber those awarded to men at every level, associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate. This trend represents a significant shift over the last 30 years.

Peter Woodbridge

Health Systems by Peter Woodbridge

Benchmarking in healthcare
Benchmarking is used extensively in healthcare – or widely “misused” in healthcare. Underperforming entities in health system organizations are encouraged to learn from those performing better. The benchmarking visits end up being as unsatisfying as that of the young engineer.

Nabil Nasr

Innovation by Nabil Nasr

Beyond electricity to solve climate change
Government action to mitigate climate change has focused almost entirely on promoting renewable energy, driving energy efficiency, cutting tailpipe emissions and countering deforestation. But by overlooking the impact of other key economic sectors – manufacturing, building, transportation and agriculture – critical pieces of the puzzle are left out.

Caitlin Kenney

Member Forum by Caitlin Kenney

How do ISEs use their PE?
I recently interviewed fellow professional engineer, Bhaskaran Gopalakrishnan, Ph.D., PE. I asked Gopala what his path to the PE looked like and how he has used his PE during his career.