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DECEMBER 2020 I PCB007 MAGAZINE 9 nect executive Shane Whiteside, in "White- sides' View From the Summit: An Industry Per- spective." And we follow that with "Leading by Going the Extra Mile" from Didrik Bech at Elmatica. Then, Steve Williams brings us part two of his column, "Simplify your QMS Documentation Through KISS." Mike Carano's column rounds out this month's columnists by discussing final etch from a process engineer's perspective. And we close with a special report from I-Connect007 technical editor Pete Starkey on a recent Ucam- co webinar exploring front-end automation. Steven Covey's book, "Seven Habits of Highly Effective People," lists one habit in particular that fits the current job market: "If you wish to be understood, seek first to understand." It is our hope that this issue of PCB007 Magazine helps job-seeking readers better understand the employer's perspective as well as the other way around. PCB007 Nolan Johnson is managing editor of PCB007 Magazine. Nolan brings 30 years of career experience focused almost entirely on electronics design and manufacturing. To contact Johnson, click here. This month, Dan Beaulieu, I-Connect007 columnist, submits a feature article titled "The Millennials and Seasoned Veterans: Your Fu- ture Lies in Both." Dr. John Mitchell, IPC president and CEO, focuses his column on how expert trainers can assist in transfer- ring the knowledge to the next generation, followed by a feature article diving deep into I-Connect007 coverage of staffing and hiring over the past two years. This detailed look at our recent conversations brings a number of themes into focus. In "The Calumet Files," seven young en- gineers currently starting their careers share their experiences and, in the process, help us all understand what it is that makes electron- ics manufacturing a more attractive career for new hires. I-Connect007 Publisher Barry Matties brings his professional expertise in team-building to our pages as well, discuss- ing how hiring should be considered as an investment. Long-time columnist Todd Kolmodin posts his column in "Training the Force or the Few." And fellow columnist George Milad steps out to discuss training for plating processes. We shift gears with an engaging interview with IPC Board Chair and Summit Intercon-

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