Read how one chemical engineer applies the same goal-setting from marathon training to her daily work life.Read the rest of this entry »
Author: May Shek
Longing for the days of glamorous supersonic travel aboard the Concorde but can’t quite reconcile the need for speed with your greener side? The European firm EADS, maker of the Airbus line of planes, unveiled a possible solution this week at the Paris Air Show. The company revealed plans for […]Read the rest of this entry »
In today’s world where we are constantly striving to do more with less, innovation is the one of the keys for continuous improvement. In his blog on innovation and business strategy, Paul Hobcraft highlighted the challenges an organization must overcome in order to foster innovation.Read the rest of this entry »
In the October Edition of the CEP, Editor-in-Chief Cynthia Mascone has urged all engineers to step up to the challenge of seeking more respect for engineers. The article can be found here.
I have a personal passion in sharing what I do as an engineer with students. I did not have […]Read the rest of this entry »
Review of The Lore of Running by Timothy Noakes
Chemical Engineering principles can be applied to many everyday examples, including, yes, running. Timothy Noakes uses energy balance and heat transfer principles in helping us to improve running techniques. Unlike other running books, The Lore of Running is loaded with […]Read the rest of this entry »
May’s Musing: Have You Been Tempted?
A journey of self enlightenment in less than 1 hour: The FIVE Temptations of a CEO – By Patrick Lencioni
Whether you are aspiring to be a CEO of a company, the moral of the leadership fable can be applicable to anyone who leads a […]Read the rest of this entry »