My job was a supply chain planner. In TI I learned to master MRP to really be on top of the game. TI values ethics and I was very impressed and benefited from it as a fact . For me, the most enjoyable part of my work was being able to work with different departments and therefore enrich my working experience in other aspects of professions.
In this job, I had been assigned to take care of WNC. During my time there, thanks to TI, I developed my soft skills to able to communicate to all different levels of the organization, not just to engineers to improve my soft skills.
I had a summer internship experience in Texas Instrument in 2015, which makes me a well-prepared competitor. During this period, I, as a process engineer, solved a quality issue-mold flash on leadframe. After hard working, I found the root cause and reduced this quality issue-mold flash on leadframe by 80%. Over 20 years, many efforts have been done, but no one could reduce this quality issue by large number, so I did make a difference toTexas Instrument.
It's a good experience to work in Texas Instrument. Except the work experience, I learn a lot of company culture and management. The manager will let us do what we would like to do or innovation idea. People can learn a lot to work in Texas Instrument.