Many people think that in order to become a leader in business, you have to have some kind of business-focused educational background. But the truth is that leaders of many companies which are household names share one thing in common: they were all educated in or began their careers in some form of engineering discipline.
Do You Have The (Right) Skills?
If you were to ask the typical layperson what the most important quality of a successful engineer is, they would probably consider technical expertise to be the most vital. But the truth is that in RF engineering - as in all other branches of engineering - there are many other qualities that are necessary for success which are less quantifiable than technical skills. Electrical engineers who want to advance in their careers must also develop leadership skills in order to differentiate themselves from the competition and increase their value in the marketplace.
For Immediate Release
Bliley’s New Director of Product Management to drive portfolio of market leading frequency control products.
Erie, Pennsylvania (March 20, 2017) – Bliley is pleased to announce the expansion of our leadership team with a new member, Mr. Keith Nugent, Director of Product Management. Mr. Nugent joins Bliley from Harris corporation where he managed a diverse R&D portfolio for the company’s Electronic Systems segment.
The Holiday Season Has Arrived Once Again!
Process Engineer - Erie, PA
We’re looking for a process engineer to join our team. Ideal candidates have a solid background with project planning, a working knowledge of design engineering best practices, and an aptitude to solve challenging problems in a fast-paced environment
We're developing exciting new technology and need a leader who can help these projects execute on schedule and on budget! If that sounds interesting and you think you're up for the challenge, we should talk...
It's a new day. The sun begins to rise. Birds begin to chirp. The smell of freshly brewed coffee is in the air.
I've been innovating for the majority of my career. First on the front lines, working R&D projects, then moving to managing those projects, and then managing entire portfolios of several dozen projects, to leading the entire technology and innovation strategy for our company.