Nuclear Energy Leadership: Lessons Learned from US Operators

Learn from the Best in the Nuclear Industry!

The nuclear industry has quietly evolved over the past 30 years to become one of the safest and most reliable low-cost producers of electricity. 

Mary Jo Rogers timely book, Nuclear Energy Leadership: Lessons Learned from US Operators, provides helpful suggestions as well as useful tools drawn from the best of the nuclear industry. Dr. Rogers illustrates with convincing detail and relevant case studies how the lessons from the best nuclear operators can be applied to non-nuclear operations-based organizations to markedly improve production and safety performance. She draws from a research database on nuclear leaders, supervisors, senior leadership teams and organizations, interviews with numerous nuclear leaders as well as extensive personal experience assisting in nuclear power plant turnarounds. 

Features and benefits

  • Apply techniques and managerial approaches to their own businesses to improve production and safety. 
  • Learn from case studies and interviews with leaders in the energy industry.
  • Expand their knowledge regarding leadership skills in the nuclear industry.

Written by Mary Jo Rogers

Mary Jo Rogers

About the Author

Mary Jo Rogers, Ph.D. is a partner at Strategic Talent Solutions (STS), where she is the practice leader for energy and utility leadership and organizational consulting. With her specially trained team, she delivers programs that accelerate the development of leaders, teams, and organizations to improve operational performance and personnel and process safety. Prior to STS, Dr. Rogers was the head of management development at Exelon Nuclear, where she was also in charge of creating standard processes for supervisor and leadership assessments for all of Exelon. She is a recognized expert in nuclear energy leadership and organizational excellence. Dr. Rogers was originally trained and licensed as a clinical psychologist and earned her doctorate degree from Loyola University in Chicago.