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Profiles in Design: Hermann Eul

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Hailey Lynne McKeefry
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Hailey Lynne McKeefry   1/31/2014 7:32:34 PM

I like the idea that innovation won't run dry. I think the supply chain and the electronics industry have some great examples of this truism.

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prabhakar_deosthali   1/31/2014 6:49:56 AM

I fully agree with the view that "An engineer should not hurry himself to become a manager"

Nowadays it is a common trend among engineers to get an MBA degree after about two three years experience and become a manager and start worrying only about the bottom lines.

All the hard work done in those labs, workshops, and all that engineering lessons  learned go down the drain once you turn to management.

But in many industries if an engineer turns down an offer to become a manager then it is viewed as negative from his career point of view.

To remain an engineer provides one a much more enriching career than managing people, projects or plants.

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