May 2007

Management Guidelines

Nurturing and expanding engineering resources

Current market forces are requiring unique methods to develop staff members

Developing, maintaining and expanding an experienced engineering team during vigorous economic growth can be difficult due to competing incentives in the job market. Many factors need to be properly addressed to support the ongoing evolution of a high-performance engineering team. A targeted approach to hiring and managing engineering personnel can help companies retain their valuable engineering resources and avoid many of the pitfalls that can lead to cycles of rebuilding the team from the ground up. History. The hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) is booming. Oil prices remain in the $60 per barrel range, and most future projections indicate an extended period of business expansion du

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