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Joanna Wolfe on Gender Dynamics in Engineering Teams

In engineering teams, gender dynamics can disproportionately impact women, limiting or circumscribing their roles in those team environments.  At our last conference in Madison,  Joanna Wolfe – Director of the Global Communication Center, Teaching Professor of English at Carnegie Mellon University – discusses how gender dynamics can create …

Jon Leydens On Intercultural Communication, Engineering, and Social Justice

Dr. Jon Leydens, co-author of Engineering Justice: Transforming Engineering Education and Practice, spoke to us at ProComm 2017 about the growing importance of intercultural communication and social justice in engineering practice, how current approaches fail to prepare our future engineers to confront these issues, and …

Greg Pogue on Entrepreneurial Communication

We asked Greg Pogue of the IC² Institute at the University of Texas at Austin, who, with Clay Spinuzzi, hosted a session and panel on entrepreneurial communication at ProComm 2016 about the fundamentals of making a good “pitch.” Watch his response here:

Webinar: Communicating Effectively in Remote Teams

Pam Estes Brewer, author of the IEEE-Wiley book International Virtual Teams: Engineering Global Success, will be giving an IEEE-USA sponsored webinar titled “Teaming at a Distance: Learn How to Make Remote Teams Work for You and Your Company” on September 8th, 2016, 2:00-3:00pm.
Remote teams are probably …

Improving Communication in Existing Groups: Three Strategies

In Patricia Sheridan’s last post, she discussed some team process development strategies for teams that are coming together to create effective ways of working together. But: what can an individual engineer do to make group communication happen easily/better when they aren’t starting a new team?
In this post, she …