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An engineer’s guide to managing project changes

Upfront project scope definition is critical. However, it is unrealistic to expect that once a project is defined, the project will not change in scope, cost, or schedule. Change is inevitable. So, change has to be embraced and properly managed. Agreeing to how changes will be handled is an important …

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Taking advantage of new opportunities in uncertain economic times

The ongoing economic uncertainty has seen many engineers lose jobs, redefined many dreams and created what appears to be an uncertain future for many students. While the situation might be bleak, if you analyze the situation from a different perspective, you might find other opportunities for career and educational development. …

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Handling job relocation to different city or country

In uncertain economic times, radical changes in your career might be unavoidable and sometimes necessary. Other times, these radical changes might be preemptive moves in your career. Whatever the case, these changes provide unique opportunities for you to discover yourself and grow in different environments. Relocation brings along a myriad …

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A back-to-college guide for engineers

This article is sponsored in part by Become a sponsor – (what’s this?) If you ever decide to advance in your career, either by learning a new skill or going back to college you will find our back-to-college guide very insightful.  Over the years, we have made purposeful use of …

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A day-to-day guide for engineers

This article is sponsored in part by Become a sponsor – (what’s this?) There comes a day in the busy life as an engineer when you crave guidance and direction. In most cases, these cravings might be nourished by a phone call or by way of a simple conversation with …

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