The Journal of Management in Engineering offers an avenue for researchers and practitioners to present contemporary issues associated with management and leadership for the civil engineer. The journal publishes peer-reviewed papers, case studies, technical notes, and discussions of interest to the practice of civil engineering.
Management and leadership issues include contract management, project management, partnering, office management, professional practice and development, financial management, human resources management, marketing and sales, ethics, technology and innovation management, information management, continuing education, organizational theory, strategic planning, conflict management, negotiating, risk management, globalization, networking, change management, teamwork, team building, communication, mentoring, coaching, and diversity. Papers discussing legislative and regulatory issues, corporate and public policy, and the role of civil engineering in the political process at all levels of government are welcomed. Interdisciplinary studies and collaborations are encouraged. Theoretical papers submitted for publication should preferably include real-world applications of the techniques.