Project Management in Engineerng and Technology
A study was conducted to evaluate the importance of various leadership factors in project management. Leadership was reviewed in existing literature. For the purposes of the study eleven factors were selected as the basis for a survey. The survey sought to obtain data from engineers and project managers on what was important for leadership in engineering project management. Using a pair-wise comparison the data was analyzed to establish a normalized weighting for each factor. Composite average weights were determined for each of the groups.
Cox, Roger; Hamilton, Paul; Kangas, Eric; Mohr, Joe; and Serna, Steve, "Leadership Qualities of Engineering Project Managers" (1995). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 1845.