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Working Together Across Generations and Disciplines

Working as a transportation professional today requires working with a variety of perspectives, from different technical disciplines to different generations. Come hear about how appreciation for these perspectives and working together makes us all better.
Learning Objectives
  • Describe how planners and engineers can effectively work together, while respecting the unique perspectives of each
  • Understand how workers from different generations can effectively work together
  • Understand the benefits and challenges associated with a results oriented, flexible workplace
Colleen Hill-Stramsak, Associate – Transportation, Hubbell, Roth & Clark, Inc., Bloomfield Hills, MI
  • Bringing Traffic Engineers and Transit Planners Together
    Donald Samdahl, Principal, Fehr & Peers, Seattle, WA
  • Cats and Dogs Working Together (Planners and Engineers Collaborating While Respecting Their Unique Perspectives)
    Cynthia Peck, Project Manager, DLZ Cleveland, OH; Bradley Strader, Senior Transportation Associate, MKSK, Detroit, MI
  • Managing a Multi-Generational Workforce: Next Up Generation Z
    Lori Troyer, Recruiter, SRF Consulting Group, Minneapolis, MN
  • Case Study - Creating & Managing a Results Oriented Work Environment
    Michael Spack, President, Spack Consulting, Traffic Data Inc./, Saint Louis Park, MN