ASME - November 10, 2011 "How to get ahead in your Career: Engineering Ethics"
James R. Hutton
Compressor Engineering Corporation
This presentation offers hints and suggestions for professional people to enhance their chances of promotion by enabling them to improve and to hone their people skills by better communication, better letter writing, and sending out the right signals, etc.
Author James R. Hutton's career as a sales engineer with Dresser Industries covered nearly four decades, starting as an application engineer and working in various sales and management levels before retiring as president of Dresser Machinery International Division in 1986. He currently is vice president of Compressor Engineering Corporation who builds custom-made automation equipment and spare parts for gas compressors. Hutton graduated from Columbia University Engineering Midshipman's School and served in the US Navy during World War II as chief engineer on two Navy ships. He has a bachelor of science degree in engineering, as well as a bachelor of business administration from the University of Texas in Austin. He is an ASME Fellow and a registered P.E. in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Louisiana and West Virginia.
Note: This presentation qualifies for the annual ethics course required in Texas for P.E. license renewal.
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