Journal of Management in Engineering
25 Years of Award-Winning Papers
Best Peer-Reviewed Paper, 2011
"Attitude-Based Negotiation Methodology for the Management of Construction Disputes"
Saied Yousefi, Keith W. Hipel, and Tarek Hegazy
Best Peer-Reviewed Paper, 2010
"Emergence and Role of Cultural Boundary Spanners in Global Engineering Project Networks"
Melissa K. Di Marco, John E. Taylor, and Pauli Alin
Best Peer-Reviewed Paper, 2009
“Early Contractor Involvement in Design and Its Impact on Construction Schedule Performance"
Lingguang Song, Yasser Mohamed, and Simaan M. AbouRizk
Best Peer-Reviewed Paper, 2008
"Comparative Analysis of Owner Goals for Design/Build Projects”
Carla Lopez del Puerto, Douglas D. Gransberg, and Jennifer S. Shane
Best Peer-Reviewed Paper, 2007
"Knowledge Management to Learning Organization Connection”
Paul Chinowsky and Patricia Carrillo
Best Peer-Reviewed Paper, 2006
"Operations Management for Engineering Consulting Firms: A Case Study”
Linda L. Brennan
Best Peer-Reviewed Paper, 2005
"Pricing Engineering Services”
Carrie S. Sturts Dossick and F. H. (Bud) Griffis
Best Peer-Reviewed Paper, 2004
"Improved Design Review through Web Collaboration”
E. William East, Jeffrey G. Kirby, and Gonzalo Perez
Best Peer-Reviewed Paper, 2003
"Conflicts between Owner and Contractors: Proposed Intervention Process”
Kathleen M. J. Harmon
Best Peer-Reviewed Paper, 2002
"Guidelines for Warranty Contracting for Highway Construction"
Benjamin P. Thompson, Stuart D. Anderson, Jeffrey S. Russell, and Awad S. Hanna
Best Peer-Reviewed Paper, 2001
“Alignment During Pre-project Planning"
Andrew F. Griffith and G. E. Gibson, Jr.
Best Feature Article, 2000
"Leaving a Legacy”
Richard G. Weingardt
Best Peer-Reviewed Paper, 1999
"Project Management and Good Technical and Business Practices"
Demos C. Angelides
Best Feature Article, 1998
"The Need to Learn, and Why Engineers May Be Poor Students”
Best Peer-Reviewed Paper, 1997
"Leadership: The World is Run by Those Who Show Up”
Richard G. Weingardt
Best Paper, 1992
"Nonmonetary Incentives: It can be done”
Gary W. Fischer and Norman P. Nunn
Best Paper, 1990
"Consulting Engineer’s View of Government Overhead and Audits”
Best Paper, 1989
"Managing a Branch Office”
John H. Robinson, Jr.
Best Paper, 1988
"Organizational Culture: Implications for Management”
William F. Maloney
Best Paper, 1987
"Loss Prevention Safeguards Against Liability”
David W. Miller
Editor’s Choice, 1986
"Making Managers of Engineers”
Dr. Peggy Morrison