Electrical Engineering Education and Career
Degrees offered in the field include a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, a Bachelor of Engineering with a concentration in Electrical Engineering, a Master of Engineering or Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering. Easternmost, S. ; Unusable, B. “Managing inconsistencies in an evolving specification”, Requirements Engineering, 1995. , Proceedings of the Second IEEE International Symposium on, On page(s): 48 – 55. Research on ways to improve engineering education has identified management and innovation skills as important to success in an engineering career.
This paper explores the nature of those management and innovation skills through presentation of some original research on a community of innovative engineers and managers and some published research on personality differences between engineers, managers, and entrepreneurial innovators. This paper suggests the key to producing engineering graduates with a penchant for managing and innovating lies in developing a special kind f individuality (authenticity) in engineers toward the end of their tertiary studies.
It will cover some of the most common problems that are encountered in writing requirements and then describe how to avoid them. It also includes examples of problem requirements and how to correct them. I’m gone be fixing on computers. An electrical engineer focuses on designing, maintaining and improving products that are powered by or produce electricity. Sometimes, an electrical engineer will dedicate his or her time to a single electrical product or type of product, such as motors, generators, and wiring or communications systems.
He or she often will design, assemble and test new devices. An electrical engineer might work on a single project for more than a year before it is completed and a new project can begin. In recent years Senior Managers have often been told by management gurus that ‘Technology Strategy has joined the ever-lengthening list of concerns which demand their major attention. Despite the dire warnings of the consequences of failing to face up to this issue, managers have been given very little idea of what Technology Strategy eight mean, or what is involved in its introduction.
This article, based on research in the Lignite States and Europe, attempts to fill this gap by answering some basic questions What exactly is Technology Strategy? ; Why is it important for a corporation to develop a Technology Strategy? ; Is Technology Strategy just for ‘High-Tech’ firms or for everyone? ; Why does developing a clear approach to managing technology seem to be such a problem, at least for many Western corporations? ; and (5) How could you develop a Technology Strategy?