5 Key Skills for Effective Engineering Product Development in a Jobless Recovery

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Let's be realistic - in a jobless recovery, engineering projects are at risk when resources are scarce, schedules are tight , or you have the wrong skill mix. Sedona International, Inc. has created this complimentary seminar to provide the skills and tools necessary for engineering product development teams to deliver products on time and within budget with confidence. Visit http://www.sedonaii.com/seminar.html for more information and to register.

The ongoing demand for high tech products in both the commercial and government sectors is a potential business windfall for companies, but today's jobless recovery can be a roadblock to effective engineering product development. To aid internal project teams, Sedona International, Inc. will conduct a complimentary seminar addressing the five key skills necessary for product development success.

Sedona International's team of presenters will give attendees the skills needed to deliver products on time and within budget. "Today, more than ever, a company's engineering leads, engineering managers and individual contributors in the jobless recovery are being asked to assume more responsibility in areas with limited expertise," said Joe Socha, Sedona International's Chief Technology Officer. "With these new pressures, many are being asked to find expert resources outside the traditional internal project team."

The November 19th morning seminar will take place at the Radisson Hotel Nashua (NH). Registration is open and attendees registered by November 15th will receive a complimentary 2Gb memory stick complete with presentation materials, tools and documentation. For more information and to register, visit http://www.sedonaii.com/seminar.html.

Sedona International, Inc. is a full-service engineering company that works with customer requirements to provide effective and creative solutions for unique business needs and challenges.


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