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In The Learning Imperative Mark Burns and Andy Griffith examine the key ingredients that ensure effective learning, and offer leaders step-by-step guidance on how they can achieve it in their own teams and organizations. Learning is central to the long-term success of any team and is far too important to dismiss or to relegate to a nice to do list. In The Learning Imperative, bestselling authors Burns and Griffith explore the common barriers... more...

In an era when schools and teachers often seem to operate at one hundred miles an hour, Outstanding Teaching: Teaching Backwards offers a more reflective and measured approach to teaching and learning. Where many teachers focus on delivering content in a linear fashion, those who teach backwards start with the end in mind. This means that they know in advance what levels of knowledge, attitude, skills and habits they expect their learners to achieve,... more...

With the proliferation of complex semiconductor devices containing digital, analog, mixed-signal, and radio-frequency circuits, today's engineer must be fluent in all four circuit types. Written for advanced undergraduate and graduate-level students, as well as engineering professionals, An Introduction to Mixed-Signal IC Test and Measurement, Second Edition, encompasses analog, mixed-signal and radio-frequency circuits tests, with many relevant... more...

Integrated circuits incorporating both digital and analog functions have become increasingly prevalent in the semiconductor industry. Mixed-signal IC test and measurement has grown into a highly specialized field of electrical engineering. However, test engineering is still a relatively unknown profession compared to IC design engineering. It has become harder to hire and train new engineers to become skilled mixed-signal test engineers. The slow... more...