Leadership and Management
Engaged employees are those who are involved in, enthusiastic about, and committed to their work and who are most likely to drive innovation, generate new ideas, have a sense of connection with their work activities, and are involved with the demands of their job (Gallup, 2013). Nowhere is the concept of employee engagement more important than with managing an organization’s projects. Ensuring a project manager is emotionally engaged with his or her work is crucial for project success to meet greater challenges in today's 21st-century global marketplace. In this research study, project managers were asked to respond to an employee engagement survey to ascertain whether project manager work engagement levels are significantly different than the employee work engagement levels of the general population.
The Journal of Human Resource and Adult Learning
Kai Wang and P.Y. Gloria Wang
Scholarly Commons Citation
Henkel, T. G., Marion, J. W., & Bourdeau, D. T. (2017). A Profile of Project Manager Work Engagement: A Field Survey. The Journal of Human Resource and Adult Learning, 13(1). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/1276