April 6, 2011
Do you have what it takes to be a technical leader?
New Masters in Technical Leadership at Stevens Institute of Technology
Join us for a Webinar Series to problem solve with Stevens faculty and learn more about the program - Wednesday, April 6 | Wednesday, April 20 | Wednesday, May 4
What Would You Do? Technical Leaders know how to get things done. They deliver robust, credible, attainable, and valued solutions ranging from assessments to products in the presence of complex and often times ambiguous technical and non-technical environments. Learn more about the skills you need to be a successful technical leader. Considering the underlying themes of communication, mentoring, ethics, and technical integrity you will explore how problems can be solved using the three lenses of Systems, Business, and Enterprise.
Join us for our Webinar Series and problem solve with our technical leaders – the industry professors at Stevens – who bring to bear real-world industry experience and innovative solutions.
- Wed., April 6 – 12-1pm EDT: What Would You Do? A Chief Engineer View | RSVP
Today, you will act as a company Chief Engineer. We will pose a task for which it is assumed there is no accessible precedent for solution. You must formulate a timely, credible, and robust response in short order to the company Vice President of Engineering & Technology.
- Wed., April 20– 12-1pm EDT: What Would You Do? The Executive Technical Leader View | RSVP
Today, you will act as a company technical executive. We will pose a task for which it is assumed there is no accessible precedent for solution. You must formulate a timely, credible, and robust response in short order to the company President.
- Wed., May 4– 12-1pm EDT: The Technical Leader: Intuition, Peripheral Vision, and Presence | RSVP
Today, you will act as a company Chief Engineer requiring both technical and non-technical leadership to achieve a desired outcome. You must, at your level, formulate a timely, credible, and robust action plan to achieve a desired technical outcome and a response that requires intuition and peripheral vision to recognize the problem and your physical presence supported by effective communication and conflict resolution skills.
To learn more about the Technical Leadership Program:
- Send an email: TL@stevens.edu
- Call the Stevens Technical Leadership Program: 877-376-9534
- Check out our website for more Program information: www.stevens.edu/TL