Engineering Manager Sample Phrases To Write A Performance Appraisal Feedback Or Self Evaluation
John was the first engineering manager to come from outside rather than inside in four years.
There are many things he taught me about engineering and management.
His value is far beyond that of "engineer" or "program manager".
John understands the needs of an engineering manager.
John is the consummate "engineer that manages".
He managed the balance between management requirements and engineering needs perfectly.
He's one of two technical managers that I've tried to emulate in my own management of engineers.
He managed customer service and I managed engineering.
John is both an accomplished software engineer and an excellent engineering manager.
John was the manager of a team of software engineers, and I was an engineer reporting to another manager.
John is a highly efficient and effective engineer and engineering manager.
I would recommend John for opportunities in engineering and engineering management roles.
We worked together as engineers and managers at two different companies.
John is exactly who you want as technical lead or engineering manager.
John was directly responsible for managing our team of engineers.
In recent months, he's really stepped up as an engineering manager.
Any engineering manager should be proud to have him on his staff.
This is the best foundation that an engineering manager can have.
He is very hands on and contributed both as engineer and manager.
When he became the head of engineering, he had to manage people.
John is an expert in both engineering and management fields.
John later went on to manage our system engineering function.
He has proved himself as the outstanding engineer and manager.
John is one of the great engineering architects and managers.
John mentored few of his reporting engineers into managers.
John has excellent rapport with management and engineers.
John is an exceptional engineer and construction manager.
John is talented, very well organized engineer and manager.
He's the kind of engineer every manager wants on his team.
John is an innovative and visionary engineering manager.
John is truly both a phenomenal manager and an engineer.
Solid and dependable as both a manager and an engineer.
John is an outstanding innovator, manager and engineer.
Any engineer would be lucky to have him as a manager.
John is an excellent engineer, manager, and mentor.
John was the engineering manager and my peer at our company.
I have managed groups in which John has placed engineers.
He is strong in organizational capabilities, engineering management, and operations management.
John is the kind of manager that restores faith in the concept of engineering management.
John was my manager several times at John and my fellow engineers were always pleased to have him as our manager.
John went on to manage our manufacturing engineering function, and then moved over to Materials management.
He also helped one of his engineers transition into a management role, and then continued to manage and mentor the new manager.
He was more than just an engineer, he was a product manager, architect and sales engineer.
John is one of the most competent engineers and engineering managers I have ever worked with.
John has been my program manager for several of my engineering projects.
John managed an engineering project that was under my umbrella.
John is every product manager and engineers' best friend.
John was a good engineering manager responsible for managing the test engineering team at our company.
Surely, he is one of the best engineering managers I have seen in my career.
Over the years, I have been an engineer, worked with and managed many engineers, and John is among the best exec level engineers, no question.
He managed engineers fairly and efficiently and he helped engineer, technically with his profound knowledge.
It hired many different nationalities of talented overseas engineering engineers and management position.
It took time, but it was done with a political savvy rarely seen in engineers or engineering managers.
John was one of the most capable network engineers I've encountered, and is now an excellent engineering manager.
He upgraded our engineering plan management, and our approach to quality management.
I have seen very few managers before - or since - that were as willing to roll up their sleeves and work alongside their engineers.
As a manager, he really knows how to keep his engineers motivated, and gets the best out of his team.
John led by example and was well respected and liked by the engineering department and management.
He is an asset in any organisation, and any engineer would be lucky to have him as their manager.
Often, he will raise questions that the engineering manager hadn't considered.