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The Engineering Creativity Challenge

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Joseph Berk
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Re: Engineering Creativity
Joseph Berk   4/1/2013 5:38:09 PM
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Thanks for your inputs, apresher and everyone else.  If you'd like to learn more, Eogogics is offering a free one-hour weblive class on 25 April, and you can sign up at www.eogogics.com.  It won't be a sales presentation, and I'll be the guy presenting it.  If you want more information, feel free to contact me at joeb@gogics.com.

For everyone who left a post, my apologies for taking so long to reply.  I've been overseas training in these areas, and I am just now catching up.

Joe

Nancy Golden
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Re: Definition of Brainstorming
Nancy Golden   4/1/2013 5:43:29 PM
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Thanks for the explanation, Joe. That makes perfect sense to me and clarified the points you were making in the article. I can recall countless engineering meetings where our brainstorming went down bunny trails that got lost in the forest and didn't emerge for hours! Focus can be a very good thing...

It sounds like that will be a fascinating training session and I love the title - I have always enjoyed the creative aspects of engineering and being able to think "out of the box" is crucial for a test engineer. Thanks again for a very interesting article and I hope to make the Weblive training session if my schedule permits.

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