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The mission of the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) is “to advance and disseminate the engineering management body of knowledge, develop engineering solutions to management challenges, and promote professional development and networking among members.” In order to help fulfill this mission, ASEM offers regular online webinars. The benefits of such webinars to ASEM members and the global engineering management community have been identified

Some webinars are available publicly on YouTube, while others are member-exclusive benefits hosted on Vimeo.  The videos are password protected so that only ASEM members may access them. To access the webinar archive library, see:

Upcoming events

    • 25 Oct 2023
    • (MDT)
    • 28 Oct 2023
    • (MDT)
    • The Curtis Denver | A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

    ASEM 2023 International Annual Conference

    "Climbing Higher with Engineering Management"

    October 25th through October 28th, 2023

    Hosted by the University of Colorado, Boulder

    Venue: The Curtis Denver - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

    The conference will be in-person with a hybrid component on the last day.

    Call for paper: IAC Call for Papers

    The 2023 conference will begin on Wednesday, October 25th, 2023, 1:00 PM MDT (UTC-6) and end on Saturday, October 28th, 2023, 12:00 PM MDT (UTC -6). Scheduled technical presentations for accepted papers and abstracts will begin on Thursday, October 26th, 2023, 8:00 AM MDT (UTC -6) and end on Saturday, October 28th, 2022, 12:00 PM MDT (UTC -6). In-person presentation will be scheduled on Thursday (Oct. 26) and Friday (Oct. 27), and virtual presentation will be schedule on Saturday (Oct. 28).

    Please plan your travel accordingly.

    Discover more about Denver through:

    Conference Registration

    In addition to entrance fees for exciting workshops, keynote speaker events, and special presentations, conference registration includes special awards and scholarship presentations.

    To register, visit For accepted presenters, the first presentation is offered without charge. Each addition presentation per registration will incur an additional fee of $100.

    Note Regarding Registration

    • ASEM members: Please login in order to receive member's rate. Please use the "Forgot Password" link to retrieve your password if necessary.
    • Registration without a valid payment will be deleted after 15 minutes.

    When the schedule is published, it will be available at

    Thank You EM Partners!





    Dr. Bill Daughton 

    Professor Emeritus

    Missouri S&T

    • 25 Oct 2023
    • (MDT)
    • 27 Oct 2023
    • (MDT)
    • The Curtis Hotel | Denver, Colorado, USA


    Evening Events at the hIAC in Denver

    October 25th - 27th, 2023

    For Guests of Registered Attendees for the 2023 hIAC.

    You may choose the full package to include:

    • Welcome Reception (Wednesday, 25 October, Evening at Host Hotel)
    • ~SOLD OUT~Social Event (Thursday, 26 October, Evening at DCPA) ~SOLD OUT~
    • Awards Banquet (Friday, 27 October, Evening at Host Hotel)
    • Attend 1 Presentation

    Or, you may purchase tickets for the evening events separately. 

    To register guests, visit

    Full conference registration includes all of the benefits listed above, as well as so much more! To attend the full event, you must register at

    • 25 Oct 2023
    • 7:00 AM (MDT)
    • Denver, Colorado

    Industry Tour of US Mint

    Denver, Colorado

    Wednesday, October 25th

    Meet in Lobby of The Curtis Hotel by 7:00am MDT.


    The shuttle will leave by 7:10am for 7:25am arrival at the US Mint.

    Group must be signed in by 7:30am.



    From the US Mint Website at

    Tour Visitors Policy

    All visitors must be at the tour entrance located on Cherokee Street 30 minutes before their scheduled tour time. Late arrivals will not be admitted. Visitors must present a ticket to gain entry. Lost tickets cannot be replaced and are non-transferable.

    Tours are subject to cancellation, possibly with little or no notice, when circumstances warrant building closure or other cancellation at the United States Mint’s sole discretion. Please plan accordingly. Thank you for your understanding.

    There is an extensive list of prohibited items, including all purses and bags. The Mint does NOT provide lockers or storage for any items. All visitors are subject to a security screening, including metal detection and X-ray examination of hand-carried items. The United States Mint reserves the right to deny access to anyone at any time.

    Permitted items:

    • A palm-sized wallet that fits in your pocket
    • Powered off cameras/cell phones. Photography is prohibited while on the tour
    • Umbrellas, walkers, wheelchairs
    • Empty water bottles
    • Medical items necessary for the safety and well-being of the visitor

    Prohibited items include, but are not limited to:

    • Handbags, purses, fanny packs, tote bags, backpacks, packages, and bags
    • Food and drinks
    • Lighters and matches
    • Weapons, including pocket knives and personal protective devices such as pepper spray

    • 26 Oct 2023
    • 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM (MDT)
    • Denver, Colorado

    Build a Resilient Team (BaRT) Experience

    Thursday, October 26th, 2023

    10:30-11:30 MDT

    This is an in-person workshop. The first 25 people to sign up will be active participants

    in the workshop activities. If you sign up after the first 25 slots are full, you are welcome to be an observer. Observers are welcome to participate virtually.

    Resilience means having the ability to bounce back, to stare down adversity, take action and grow from the experience. Integrating workplace resilience into teams is essential for today's workers to handle increasing uncertainties, deal with greater complexity, have greater confidence in taking risks, improvise with the available tools and resources and, ultimately, be more fulfilled by their work.

    But, how do you build a resilient team? We draw from our research in workplace resilience which surfaced four factors: Active Problem Solving, Team Efficacy, Confident Sensemaking, and Bricolage.

    Intended Audience:

    Engineering management professionals who work in teams, lead teams, or oversee teams, especially if those teams operate in a hybrid manner across work sites, time zones, and countries.


    Learn how to improve workplace resilience in team settings.

    • Understand the role of psychological safety in teams.
    • Design the experience of being a member on a virtual team.
    • Start practicing bricolage in team behaviors.

    Instructor Biographies:

    Dr. Larry Mallak creates and uses innovative methods to improve design processes and organizational systems. His work on team resilience and corporate ethnography is bringing new tools and improved outcomes to global teams. He’s a Professor at Western Michigan University, an ASEM Fellow, and his work has been featured in TEDx, Engineering Management Journal, WORK, and more.

    Jonathan Rees
    is an author, consultant, and trainer in leadership and strategic facilitation. He builds on his experiences from corporate life that included 14 years at Hewlett-Packard leading a virtual team and current work with blue light services in the U.K.

Past events

All links with * are available to the public on Youtube
Other links are member-exclusive and require login

Date Event Speakers
07 Dec 2022 Harnessing Engineering Management for Sustainable Development * Simon Philbin
16 Nov 2022 A3 Thinking for Engineering Managers * Annmarie Uliano
19 Oct 2022 The Business Side of Engineering: Why You Should Become a Business Savvy Engineer * Duncan Oyevaar
30 Mar 2022 Innovation Leadership * Wiljena Glover
09 Mar 2022 Reimagine Manufacturing with Liquid Metal 3D Printing Arjun Tekalur
23 Feb 2022 Engineering your Personal Brand as a Manager * Darren Maynard
26 Jan 2022 Strategies for Becoming an Effective Engineering Manager * Patrick Sweet
18 November 2021 Adapting and Influencing Your Company's Culture * Daren Maynard
24 October 2021 Engineers Communicating to Non-technical Audiences Neil Thompson
30 September 2021 The Use of Ethnographic Techniques for Engineering Managers Larry Mallak &
Jonathan Rees
24 August 2021 Interspecies Communication for Engineering Managers Rosalyn Berne
22 July 2021 Promoting from Within: Risks and Challenges of Promoting Engineers into Leadership Roles * Nate Wyrick
24 June 2021 ASEM Program Certification * Ben Baliga
20 May 2021 Lean Six Sigma with a Human Touch * Jose Jimenez
08 April 2021 It's About the Internships: How to Find and Maximize Your Experience * Annmarie Uliano &
Christopher Gherke
25 March 2021 Race Matters in Engineering and Technology * Rosalyn W. Berne
04 March 2021 New To The Job? How To Differentiate Yourself as a Performer Kristen Egan
18 February 2021 Building for Everyone: A Fireside Chat on Product Inclusion with Annie Jean-Baptiste * Annie Jean-Baptiste
11 February 2021 Project Management for Large-Scale Projects * Bill Pedersen
27 January 2021 Careers in Product Development * Joseph Lampinen
21 January 2021 Diversity and Inclusion in Robotics: The Black in Robotics Initiative * Ayanna Howard
12 November 2020 IEEE Ethics in Action: An Introduction to Ethically Aligned Design * John Havens
22 October 2020 Who Will Finance Innovation and What is the Blue Economy? Yesim Sireli
21 October 2020 Project Management for Project Engineers: Beyond the Textbooks Gene Dixon
15 October 2020 Planning, Controlling and Change Management for Fast-Track Industrial Projects Amr Tarek &
Mohamed Khalaf
08 October 2020 Intuition for Management: Hocus-Pocus or a Royal Road? Leonie Hallo
01 October 2020 How Can Engineers Become More Enterprising? Simon Philbin
24 September 2020 Mastering Time Thieves Juan Pablo Lema
17 September 2020 Information Systems Risk Management Erol Ozan
10 September 2020 Leading Change: Designing a Transformative Future State Jennifer I. Braganza
03 September 2020 Reimagining the Health System Azam Ishaque Chaudhary
27 August 2020 Q&A Session with President Desktop Metal Steve Billow
20 August 2020 Q&A Session with VP R&D Hitachi America * Harsha Badarinarayan
13 August 2020 Creating and Leading High Performance Virtual Teams * Atul Kalia
23 July 2020 Systemic Root Cause Analysis Abhi Santhanam
16 July 2020 Change Management: What Makes the Difference between Failure or Success Geert Letens
09 July 2020 The Central America Energy Sector: O&G and Electricity Markets and Investment Opportunities * Oscar Rolando Rodríguez González
08 August 2017 Management Practices of Learning from Errors in High Risk Industries Nicolas Dechy
25 July 2017 Empowerment as a Tool for Error Management in Medicine Jan Brommundt
11 July 2017 Just Culture in Aviation Moritz Koester
20 June 2017 Introduction to Error Management Jan Hagen
19 April 2017 Patterns of Strategy Lucy Loh &
Patrick Hoverstadt
24 March 2017 Managing Virtual Global Teams in Complex Engineering Project Environments Marco Antonio Archanjo
06 October 2016 Up The Ladder: Transitioning From a Technical to a Managerial Role Wiljeana Glover
03 August 2016 Practice and Impacts of Chinese Emission Trading Scheme Dayuan Li
13 April 2016 Managing Business Performance: The Science and Art Umit Bititci
21 October 2015 Master's Program Certification Ben Beliga
10 October 2014 Social Media and the Technical Professional Chuck Morris
26 September 2014 Starting a Student Chapter David Wyrick
18 August 2014 Publishing in Engineering Management Journal Toni Doolen &
Eileen Van Aken
12 June 2014 Economic Analysis Part 2 Gillian Nicholls
21 May 2014 Lean Systems Part 3 Beth Cudney
19 March 2014 Lean Systems Part 2 Beth Cudney
21 January 2014 Economic Analysis Part 1 Gillian Nicholls
10 December 2013 Lean Systems Part 1 Beth Cudney
03 March 2013 Project Management and the Integrated Model Rob Grubb

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