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Charles Cook, Ph.D.

Email: cwc48@drexel.edu
Phone: 215.895.0903

Degrees:

Ph.D., 1976, New York University, School of Education
M.F.A., Temple University, School of Communication and Theatre
B.A., cum laude, 1969, Cornell University

Program Affiliation:

Construction Management


Areas of Expertise:

  • Construction Management
  • Project Management
  • Leadership and Teambuilding
  • Oral and Written Communication

Professional Experience:

  • R. S. Cook and Associates, Inc. - Builders and Construction Managers
  • Associated General Contractors of America
  • American Arbitration Association
  • Carpenters Company of the City and County of Philadelphia
  • Consulting Constructors Council of America
  • General Building Contractors Association

Publications:

  • “Tips from the Top,” Video Interviews, Modules 1 through 5, Project Manager Development Program, Associated General Contractors of America, 2008
  • Module 5—Leadership, Project Manager Development Program, Associated General Contractors of America, 2008
  • “Try Education—Now!” Cook, Charles W., Construction Today in the Delaware Valley, Fall, 2007
  • “Moving the Gruber Wagon works,” Documentary, Cook, Charles, writer, producer, 2006
  • “Strong Leaders are Good Listeners,” Cook, Charles W., Constructor Magazine, Volume LXXXVI, No 11, November, 2004
  • Téte à Téte, --The French American Alliance at Carpenters’ Hall, Feature length film, Cook, Charles W., writer, producer, director, 2001
  • Blueprint for a Revolution—the Spies at Carpenters’ Hall, Cook, Charles W. and Nancy L., Dan River Press, 1996
  • “Communicating Productive Spirit,” Cook, Charles W., AGC Productivity Improvement Bulletin No. VII, Publication No. 21, 1987