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HST318 Spring 2016B Unit 4 Discussion Posts Pick 2 Prompt 1 Should providing meaningful work opportunities to subordinates be part of an engineer’s code of ethics? Or should an engineer’s only obligation be to increase the organization’s financial health? Provide an example of a manager you have interacted with and how this influenced the quality of your working life, either for better or worse I think an engineer or technician in a management position should definitely be more interested and involved in creating and filling meaningful work opportunities to new or less-experienced engineers/technicians. This indirectly increases the financial health of the organization. All the managers I have had in my field, even the one “bad” one I experienced for a brief time, have all been more interested in mentoring their underlings than the money within the organization and I think I have been extremely lucky in this. My penultimate manager was probably the most
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  • Spring '16
  • Dr. Peter Van Cleave
  • Management, Sociology, Unit 4, Discussion , meaningful work opportunities

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