This article presents an overview of several topics discussed in the Unwritten Laws of Engineering publication. The article also highlights that executives should have their business organized so that they could be away on business or vacation at any time and still have everything move along smoothly. The faculty for reducing apparently complicated situations to their basic, essential elements is a form of wisdom that must usually be derived from experience. It is critical to make sure that all activities and all individuals are supervised by someone competent in the subject matter involved. Experts advise that matrix management considerably leverages knowledge and skills, opening opportunities for employees to branch out from their usual offices and disciplines. One of the most serious responsibilities of managers is to review the performance of their subordinates. An important part of the job of developing engineers is to furnish them with ample background knowledge and, as a rule, this involves a certain amount of travel.

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