Technology & Engineering, Engineering (General)
An Engineer’s Memoir of Hope, Luck and Success by Nattalia Lea
In 1978, Nattalia Lea became the first woman to graduate from the University of British Columbia with a bio-resources engineering degree – an era when less than 0.5% of Canadian professional engineers were female. Then 26 years later, in 2004, after ...
An Organizational Challenge by Dharmen Dhaliah
A holistic approach to managing physical assets has become a top priority for organizations both in the public and private sectors. For years to come considerable amount of funds is being committed to invest in physical assets and asset management ...
by Ken Petrunik
Practical Project Management takes the hands-on experience of some 40 years in nuclear power mega-projects and translates this into an understanding of the key factors that drive on time on budget performance in a project culture environment that ...