Given all the new tools and technology that promise to significantly boost productivity, why do so many engineers consistently rank “not enough time and resources” as one of their top challenges?
None of us, or course, is going to admit to watching cat videos or playing Tetris at work. But are engineers really as crazy-busy as they claim to be? And if they are, what's going on?
Those are questions that three engineering managers explored during a session at the Test Leadership Forum at NI Week 2014, organized by Bill Driver, a marketing manager at National Instruments. We also spoke with a few non-manager engineers to get their take on the issue.
For the full story, see EBN sister site EE Times.
— Karen Field is a the Director of Content for EE Times and EE Live .