- A good process gone bad - setting the stage with the Columbia disaster
- The importance of process
- Leadership is guiding a process oriented organisation
- Maintaining vigilance for product and the need for change
- The financial impact on process and operations
- How do we change - what do we need to do?
- Individual capability
- Recommendations for process and capability in today's industries
This book is essential reading for engineers with a management focus (and vice versa) and will find a place on the bookshelves of engineers to use in the continuing development of their personal leadership skills.
- Chapter 2: The importance of processes
- Chapter 3: Leadership is guiding a process-oriented organisation
- Chapter 4: Maintaining product vigilance and the need for change
- Chapter 5: The financial impact on process and operations
- Chapter 6: How do we change - what do we need to do?
- Chapter 7: Individual capability
- Chapter 8: Recommendations for process and capability in today's industries
Ray Morrison is the President and Principal Consultant of the Marietta, GA. based consulting firm, ACETS. He has a distinguished career working in engineering education, including work for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company's Lockheed Technical Institute, Georgia Institute of Technology, Los Alamos National Laboratory, the States of Georgia and Arkansas and University of New Mexico. He is the recipient of the EPDA National Fellowship; awarded by the U.S. Department of Education, the State of New Mexico and the University of Missouri, for excellence and scholarship in Technical Education. He has been an active member of the Society of Automotive Engineers, the Society for Manufacturing Engineers and the American Society for Engineering Education, where he is a Fellow and recipient of the Distinguished Service Award. Dr Morrison's publications include Developing Effective Engineering Leadership published by the IET.