If there were an even distribution of engineers across age groups, then retirement of an entire generation would take away about a third of your
My friend was finishing up his week of work in the middle of a Friday afternoon when he got the call. There’s a project in
Imagine if we mapped the number of engineers (y-axis) against their age (x-axis) for a particular engineering organization. What would the distribution curve look like?
The issues around designing and engineering a product are often so complex, it can be difficult to relate that to other stakeholders in the development
The recession for most manufacturers caused a serious trainwreck in engineering organizations. You took your fair share of the layoffs when the CEO and CFO
What’s the dynamic like in your engineering group? Is everyone fresh out of college figuring out what it’s like in their first job? Or is
Now, I like this story. I like it for its happy ending, but I like more because the engineer comes out ahead. One day. $50,000.
Traveling to Dallas TX for PLM Connections in 2011 was great in terms of getting product updates. Here are some my quick thoughts, including those