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Posted on April 13th, 2016 by Chris Walker in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence
Success in modern engineering is powered by effective teams. Almost all of the products we create, systems we innovate and problems we solve are too big and too complex to handle on our own. Continue reading “Building Great Engineering Teams” »
Posted on April 8th, 2016 by Chris Walker in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence
Last time, we looked at the view that innovative ideas and solutions come most often from small teams or solo inventors and engineers. Continue reading “Working Alone In The Crowd” »
Posted on March 10th, 2016 by Carlton Washburn in Chemical R&D
I have always found the world of research and product development interesting, in part due to its counterintuitive nature. For example, have you ever noticed that when your job description says Individual Contributor, you work on more teams than you have fingers to count them? Continue reading “The Ideal Team Size” »