If you haven't started thinking about ownership transition at your firm, you should - today! For those of you who are already planning the future of your firms, though, a recent article in The New York Times by Winnie Hu might help you figure out who your engineering firm's president will be in 2050. It's never too early to start thinking about what's next in the engineering world, and several schools are doing just that. Sure, the kids can't yet spell "engineering" yet, but they figured out an effective way to keep the Big Bad Wolf from huffing and puffing and blowing a little pig's house down.
What do you think about these engineering lessons for youngsters? Any suggestions on what they should include in the curriculum?