Voices: Cechowski

How Technology Has Influenced Engineers

Work in Harmony: Despite Differences in Their Approach to Problem-Solving, Older and Younger Engineers Begin to Appreciate Each Others’ Skill Sets and Methods

By Sarah Cechowski

These kids today. Do they really address engineering problem-solving in a radically different manner than their older peers? Has the Internet caused some disharmony between the generations that inhibits their working together? Yes and no.  

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