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Hi Peter, thanks for your post.
It is most important for engineers to engage in their professional development.
What has changed is the need to add to keeping their technology knowledge and skills
current, the same need for their so-called "Soft Skills."
The formal education university engineering programs continue to excel.
However, what is either absent or lagging is the formal education and training to equip engineers
to routinely cooperate, coordinate, and communicate effectively and efficiently within
program/project life as well as within their organizations.If you wish more specifics, just ask!Stay Healthy!Cheers,Bill