Melisa Buie has more than 20 years of experience in engineering, operations and manufacturing. Her book, Problem Solving for New Engineers: What Every Engineering Manager Wants You to Know, provides a fresh approach to practical problem solving in engineering. The book covers critical concepts and the strategy necessary to solve problems efficiently, and it also discusses predictors of success, including cognition, conscientiousness and curiosity.
On the table for discussion:
- How to keep your audience from struggling to understand your work.
- Why others should review your experimentation process.
- The importance of planning.
- Silicon Valley's need for more statistically savvy scientists and engineers.
- Repeatability in experimentation - and how it builds our experimental muscle.
Expertise: engineering, business, design of experiments, quality, repeatability in experimentation, teaching, communication
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