Management in the Transportation Profession
Date published: Feb 03, 2006
Survey consists of 80 responses from traffic engineers, transportation planners, and transit professionals concerning management issues in the transportation profession. Topics/questions include:
- Main area of work of respondents
- Years of working experience of respondents
- At what level of management do you consider yourself to be?
- How many employees do you supervise and/or report to you?
- What do you consider to be the best course or program for new/aspiring managers in your area of work?
- What type of training have you had in management?
- What type of assistance does your present organization provide regarding training/education in management?
- How would you rate the assistance your organization provides for management training/education?
- Do you feel that you have sufficient management/training education?
- Ideally, how would you like to receive additional knowledge/training?
- If you indicated in the question above that you either need some additional knowledge or indicated that you do not have sufficient management training/education, what do you feel are you specific areas of need (for example: decision making, technique/theory, personal management, etc…)?
- Please rate the importance of having expertise in each of the following to reach/maintain excellence in your present position: information technology management techniques, organizational development techniques, cost management techniques, human resource management techniques, leadership skills, communication skills, technical knowledge.
- Do you have any comments of a general nature on management in the transportation profession?
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