There’s already almost too much 'essential engineering knowledge these days to expect graduates coming out of traditional discipline tracks (EE, Mech E, Materials, even Civil E) to be productive in their first year or more in real engineering jobs.
Manufacturers must do more than promote the “coolness” of today’s technologies. They need to communicate the educational requirements for succeeding in manufacturing careers, so that students can understand the skills they will need....More
Companies that want to thrive in the international arena need to conduct early-stage training of their top performers in order to give them the skills to operate everywhere from the skyscrapers of Singapore to the growing marketplaces of Tunisia....More
In previous years, respondents to the National Safety Survey claimed safety and production were viewed as equally important to management and sometimes, production edged out safety on that question. All that has changed....More
"With the spin-off of Adient, we have a once-in-a-career opportunity to do something really special. We are the largest supplier of automotive seats and interiors in the world, so this spin-off in some ways is like launching a $17 billion start-up company," said Adient CEO Bruce McDonald....More