Transforming Your STEM Career Through Leadership and Innovation
Inspiration and Strategies for Women
- Pamela McCauley Bush, Associate Professor, University of Central Florida and Director of the Ergonomics Laboratory, Industrial Engineering and Management Systems Department and Chief Technology Officer, Bush Enterprises/Tech-Solutions, Inc, Orlando, FL
AudienceWomen pursuing or involved in a career in the STEM fields who are interested in developing skills as leaders and innovators. This includes female students and academics as well as regulatory and industry professionals. Additional markets include academic and professional women’s organizations in these areas, as well as leadership development programs, innovation and technology conferences and professional development training and workshops.
- Published: November 2012
- Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
- ISBN: 978-0-12-396993-4
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: A Call to Leadership
Chapter 2: Why Innovation Matters Even More Today
Chapter 3: Why More Women Don’t Lead and Innovate
Chapter 4: Leadership and Innovation Characteristics
Chapter 5: Developing the Leader in You
Chapter 6: Innovate - today!
Chapter 7: Women Leaders Must Support Each Other
Chapter 8: The Don’t Quit Plan for Sustained Leadership and Innovation