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تاريخ التسجيل : 01/07/2009
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Contents
What Every Engineer Should Know: Series Statement xi
Preface . xiii
Author .xv
Introduction . xvii
I The Engineering Career
1 Education .3
Introduction 3
The Early Years 3
Emergence of Talent 4
Math and the Sciences 4
The Weeding Out Process 5
Educational Environment 6
Social Interactions .6
Free Time 7
Getting into a Good College 8
Academic Achievements 9
Graduate School . 10
2 Framing the Corporate Landscape . 11
Introduction 11
The First Weeks 12
Corporate Organization and Operations . 13
Business 13
Engineering . 13
Financial . 14
Manufacturing 14
Marketing 14
Occupational Safety 15
Privacy . 15
Corporate Culture . 16
Power, Dominance Displays, and the Corporate Hierarchy . 19
Loyalty versus Ability 22
Chain of Trust 23
Keyhole Management . 24
Democracy 26
Rule, or Die Trying 28
Enlightenment and Reason 29
Irreverence, Malcontents, and Progress .30viii Contents
3 On the Job 35
Introduction 35
The Role of Experience .36
Understanding the Necessary Level 39
Advocacy 41
Empowerment and Authorization 41
Caesar and the Engineer 43
Managers and Motivational Techniques 43
Cheerleading .44
Management by Small Progress .45
Management by Focus .46
Management by Ambiguity 46
Management by Secrecy 47
Management by Misdirection .49
Management by Pressure 50
Management by Coercion 52
Managing Up . 52
Patterns and Portents 53
Ideas and Designs 53
Prototypes, Demonstrations, and Products .54
Other Options 55
Publications, Presentations, and Patents .55
Bids and Proposals .57
Interviewing Job Candidates 57
Marketing Support and Collaboration 59
Image .60
Professionalism . 61
Leadership . 62
Grandstanding 63
Stereotypes 64
Tattletales .64
Success .65
Anticipate Success 65
Establishing Dominance 66
Protecting Turf 66
Accidental Success 67
Incumbents 68
Advancement 69
Compensation . 70
Success Breeds Success 71
4 Alternate Career Paths . 73
Introduction 73
Project Management . 74
First, Do No Harm 75
Failure Is Always an Option .75Contents     ix
Elegance, Aesthetics, and Innovation 76
Just a Prototype, Just a Demo 77
Project Budgets 77
Project Schedules 78
Project Status .79
Tricks and Treats .80
Excitement, Responsibility, and Visibility .82
Management .83
Management Training 84
Your Staff .84
Motivation 85
Passion 86
Encouraging Innovation 87
Focus 88
Senior Management .89
The Stamp of Approval 91
Technical Consulting 91
Approaches to Technical Consulting .92
Why Are Consultants Hired? .92
Pros and Cons of Consulting 92
Knowledge Obsolescence 94
Independent Consultants 94
It’s a Business .95
Headaches Galore 95
Hourly Rate 96
Health Care 98
Intellectual Property .99
Starting Your Own Company 99
Types of Companies . 100
Venture Capital . 100
One-Man Show . 101
Pizzazz . 102
Success 102
Exit Strategy 103
So Many More 103
The Engineer as Applications Engineer 103
The Engineer as Marketer . 104
The Engineer as Technical Recruiter . 104
The Engineer as University Professor . 104
5 Job Searching and Interviewing 105
Introduction 105
Active and Passive Job Searching . 105
When Is It Time to Change Jobs? 106
Layoffs 108
Outsourcing . 108x Contents
Severance Packages and Retention Bonuses . 109
What Kind of Job Do You Want? . 109
Temporary, Permanent, or Part Time . 110
Joining a Start-Up . 111
Joining a Company in Transition . 112
Joining a Mature Company . 112
Marketing Yourself . 112
Becoming Well Known 113
Networking 113
Working with a Recruiter 113
Applying for a Job . 114
Advertised Jobs . 114
Resume Shopping . 115
The Interview . 115
Profciency Tests 116
Other Tests . 116
Rudeness 116
Fear of Talent . 117
Seasoning . 117
Typical Interview Questions . 117
Why Do You Want to Leave Your Current Job? 118
Why Do You Want to Work Here? 118
What Is Your Greatest Strength? . 118
What Is Your Greatest Weakness? . 118
Tell Me about Yourself 118
Tell Me about a Diffcult Problem You Solved 119
What Are Your Salary Expectations? . 119
Negotiating the Offer 119
Know What You Want . 119
Avoid the Low Bidder 120
The Performance Matrix 120
Your Level 120
The Fine Print 121
Remote Development .122
Noncompete and Invention Agreements 122
Show Integrity .122
II Product Development
6 Product Development Overview 127
Introduction 127
Social Interaction . 128
Product Development Blueprint 130Contents     xi
7 Basics First . 133
Introduction 133
Idea 133
Money 135
Strategy . 138
Costs of Developing the Product 141
Costs of Manufacturing the Product . 142
Special Note on Component Pricing and Schedules . 142
Estimation Responsibility Matrix 144
Hardware Development . 145
Software Development . 146
User Interface Development 146
System Integration and Testing . 146
Passive Components . 146
Memory Components . 146
Processors . 147
Exotic Chips 147
Special Note on Cost-Reduction Activities . 147
More than Engineering 149
Requirements . 150
8 Plan the Effort . 153
Introduction 153
The Project Plan . 153
Special Notes on Project Plans 155
A Project Plan Is Not a Design Document . 156
The Project Schedule . 156
Special Note on Delivery Dates . 157
Special Note on Project Schedules 158
Special Note on Manufacturing Testing 160
Special Note on Nurturing the Manufacturing Process . 161
Project Plan Sign-Off . 162
9 Begin the Project . 163
Assemble the Project Team 163
The Blame Game 165
Personality, Personality, Personality . 165
Leadership, Trust, and Talent 169
Communications . 170
Properly Equip the Team 173
Design First 174
10 Manage the Development 181
Introduction 181
Requirements Are Your Friend . 182
Confguration Management . 183xii Contents
Motivating the Team . 183
Shortening the Schedule 183
Working Smarter 184
Tangible Recognition 185
Positive Reinforcement 186
Vendors and Subcontractors 187
The Houdini Test 187
Working with the Vendor 187
Core Expertise 188
Design Reviews 189
Pyrite Engineering 191
Be in Charge . 191
Te?on Management . 193
Schedule Delays, Status Reporting, and Visibility . 194
The Myth of Managing to a Schedule 199
The Myth of Managing a Vendor 203
Schedule Remediation 205
Schedule Revisions 207
Software Update 208
Formal Bug Tracking and Metrics 209
Formal Testing . 214
Manufacturing . 216
11 Epilogue . 219
Introduction 219
Early Adopters and the Competitor Boost . 219
When You Guess Wrong .220
Supporting a Successful Product 221
Product Postmortems 221
Lessons Learned, Finger-Pointing, and Accountability 223
Let’s Do It Again - and Again .225
Index .


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