There is a new encyclopedia (or "wiki") of welding and gases terms online sponsored by the Gases and Welding Distributors Association (GAWDA). It's called GAWDAwiki. <url>www.gawdawiki.org/gwiki/index.php/Main_Page<url>The wiki is interactive, which means you can use it as a reference, add new terms and definitions, or add more information to existing terms. Please take a look at it and see what you think. It's a great tool for beginners and pros!
What are the top 3 traits or skills every vp of engineering must have to excel?Can you suggest any tips or insights to develop your vp of engineering expertise?
If you're a VP of engineering, how do you gather information about companies in the space? Are you looking at interactive tools a lot, like podcasts, video podcasts, events, blogs? h
Are jobs in this industry on the rise? Are there any sub-sectors that are growing?Where are the jobs? Which places have the most vp of engineering opportunities?
What is the best training for becoming a vp of engineering? What types of ongoing training or certifications are necessary to be an effective vp of engineering?What do non-traditional career paths look like?
What do you enjoy most about being a vp of engineering? What do you dislike the most? Is it challenging? Are there many opportunities to learn and advance?What keeps you at your job?
How did you get your start doing vp of engineering work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?Do you need a particular educational background?
Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming vp of engineering interview?Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?
Do some companies pay a lot more for this position than others? What does a top earner make in this field?What skills should you learn to increase your salary?