Communication and Team Building in Engineering Management
Keeping people informed about company strategies is critically important in organizations of all sizes. Failure to communicate with employees or allow them access to meaningful information can exact a heavy price. A communication gap doesn’t only undermine morale and performance; it can ultimately impact the bottom line. The process of Managing by Walking around (MBWA) was developed to improve team connections and general communication. In a highly effective team, members must understand the organizations end goal or destination and obtain signals over the course of their efforts to confirm that they are on track.
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Razavi, Asma; Patil, Prajakta; Wigen, David; and Hosmath, Akshata, "The Effectiveness of Management By Walking Around (MBWA)" (2015). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 232.