Dundar F. Kocoaglu
Examined are the principles required in the field of traffic management which lead to improved effectiveness and productivity of the system manager. The major concepts evaluated in the report are, leadership, creativity, motivation, innovation and change. This report also examines how the traffic manager can apply the principles of engineering management to creatively institute a change, influence the driver's behavior and automobile use, and effectively get drivers to participate in the initiation and implementation of significant traffic management projects.
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Al Kadri, M. and Coleman, Mike, "Management of Traveling Motorists: Science, Art and
Leadership" (1989). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 337.
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