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Dr. William McAnally, Ph.D., P.E., BC.CE, BC.NE, F.ASCE

ENGINEER

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Posted By William McAnally 05-24-2024 11:59 AM
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I worked in a Corps of Engineers organization that had a tactical training plan -- what our people needed immediately to do their jobs better -- and a strategic education plan -- what knowledge and skills the organization needed to expand into areas targeted by our overall strategic plan. Staff were ...
Posted By William McAnally 05-19-2024 12:27 PM
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You make at least two excellent points, Mitch. A 2-year college program can produce students that successfully complete engineering degrees. When I taught at Mississippi State University, we had arrangements with many community colleges to prepare their students specifically for direct entry into our ...
Posted By William McAnally 05-14-2024 10:11 AM
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Thanks, Mitch. Those are useful ideas. ------------------------------ William McAnally Ph.D., P.E., BC.CE, BC.NE, F.ASCE ENGINEER Columbus MS ------------------------------
Posted By William McAnally 05-09-2024 10:32 AM
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That's an excellent example, Ms. Rollins. I read your assertion about improv with considerable skepticism, but you turned me completely around with the lesson it conveyed. Speaking without listening is dangerous. We must always be prepared to adjust our communication to meet our audience's needs. ...
Posted By William McAnally 05-07-2024 10:22 AM
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Thanks, Ms Hintz, for an instructive viewpoint. I encountered billable time but not its evil twin. Utilization time makes proposal writing extremely unattractive if it diminishes available personal leave and training time. It would seem likely to produce poor proposals and less future work, a serious ...