There is enough interest in Ted Metcalfe’s book list, and the idea of learning from failures, that it’s time to set up a book club. It’s a book club for people in the pipeline engineering industry, interested in learning from failures. Answering the question “what happened?”, and being better engineers and pipeliners because we’ve paid attention to the lessons.
In a “book club” type of environment, we can assign ‘required reading’, but more importantly, there is the opportunity to discuss what we’ve read, learned or thought about each month. That’s what I’m looking forward to.
The first meeting, a kickoff meeting to check interest and participation, will be held on Monday August 1st , 16:30 – 17:30 AEST, via either Zoom or MS Teams.
Put it in your calendar for now. In the next week or so, I’ll set up a signup link and meeting invitations to confirm interest. That will appear here on the blog.
The “book” we’ll discuss at this first kickoff meeting is the APGA Engineers Practice Guide.
Hi, did this go ahead? I saved the date and time but no link was ever sent out, or at least I missed it
Thanks for the interest, I’m glad you reached out, and also those who contacted me (Susan) directly. Ok, I dropped the ball on it, but I promise we’ll schedule another date to kick this off. I’m glad there is interest!