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The STAR Formula, a Recipe for Success
By Anshuma Singh

As a woman software engineering development and operations manager in India, working for a large semiconductor capital equipment company, I was offered the opportunity to give a talk on how to succeed in a complex, largely male, organization. It wasn't until then that I sought a crisp recipe for success for others in my company. I tried to define a sure-shot formula one could apply to be successful, seeing if specific traits or qualities stood out. Out of this, came the STAR Formula, a recipe for success.   Read More

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Women in Semiconductors @ ASMC 2016
By WITI News Staff

Growing the Representation of Women in Leadership: A Business Imperative.   Read More

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Sports, Entertainment and Technology Symposium & Taste of Technology Reception and Expo
By WITI News Staff

Get Inspired at the First Annual Sports, Entertainment and Technology Symposium & Taste of Technology Reception and Expo   Read More

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In Her Words: Work | Life | Balance
By Camelia Rusu

If you're like most, some days can be a real struggle to keep our cool when our personal life and work compete for attention. But, when I catch a glimpse of someone who seems unusually self-assured, it gains my full attention. That happened when I heard Camelia Rusu deliver her thoughtful responses during a panel session at the 2015 WITI Summit.   Read More

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WITI WIN SEMI Silicon Valley Breakfast Workshop Recap, November 13, 2015
By Hillary Barnhart

Six Steps to Developing Compelling and Engaging Digital Content - "Write On!" Hillary Barnhart, Senior Director Business Operations and Program Management, Applied Materials and WITI WIN Semi Director   Read More

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Job Transitions that Work - The Integration Experience.
By Rebecca Sloop

For those of us who have been in the semiconductor industry for any length of time, we are familiar with the cyclical nature of the business.   Read More