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    When Music Tribe needed someone to step up and take responsibility for the Hospitality workload in Europe, Uli reached out and put his faith in Barnabas Stalin here at Aston in UK3. This position was to take on the role alongside his bookkeeping responsibilities at Aston, which he continues to perform to an exceptional level. Since making the move, Barnabas has gone above and beyond to do the right thing and support our fellow Tribers in the European facilities even though this was initially outside his comfort zone. His biggest strength remains his calm demeanor and considered approach to challenges while showing respect to those involved. He has demonstrated all the company core values and we are very proud to have him as part of the Tribe.

     

    In the INNO PCB team, teamwork is our biggest strength. It’s been proven that Teamwork is one of the key values that can catapult an organization to success. This streamlines the combination of proper task delegation and identifying the best person for the right task. In turn, it bolsters accomplishments and goals. In Music Tribe, the INNO PCB team upholds this value in several innovative and creative ways.

    INNO PCB’s teamwork starts with ensuring that all designers have a common goal – delivering the best solutions to our customers. To do that, we have TechTalk sessions where we share knowledge and learn from each other. The INNO PCB Bulletin also serves as a resource for other Tribers to optimize their usage of the Altium Software; this is a way for us to support cross-functional teams in Music Tribe.

    Our INNO PCB Monthly Performance Meeting is a platform for recognition, strategic planning and motivation. This also provides us a chance to give feedback and calibrate our performance for future projects. The meeting is also an opportunity for us to bond through some games and casual conversations.

    Moreover, the INNO PCB Cares program is an essential socially-driven program wherein designers extend help to team members who have been hit by COVID-19 and other natural calamities. INNO PCB believes that Teamwork is our biggest strength. Aside from the fact that it promotes strong working relationships, Teamwork allows designers to innovate faster and deliver the best results for our customers. Just like how we value recognitions from other Tribers in different divisions, we uphold Teamwork as pillars of our organization. #onebloodonePCB #betheTRIBE

     

    We were approached by the Aston Logistics and Packing Team in Hitchin with an odd request last month… “Could we buy some paint and brushes please?”. After further investigation the team had a window of opportunity to give the 4000sq.ft. warehouse space an overhaul and asked if they could do it themselves. Part of this project involved the team pulling out their old clothes, washing down the walls and painting it all white. For those who are not aware, it is not the warmest time of year in the United Kingdom but as the team said, “Let’s get it done!”

    Great Teamwork and initiative from Ben Lindus, Jared Garrison, Ash Maddox and Kai Garrison. The space looks amazing, thank you.

     

    I’m an Innovation Software Embedded Leader in Music Tribe CN1. I’d like to share my stories about being “bold.” When I was interviewed by Jason, the hiring manager of Music Tribe CN1, I had to tell him that I was a freshman when it came to music synthesizers although I had 20 years of experience in both hardware and software design for embedded systems. But I was a crazy music fan and good at playing flute and piano. I believed that I could make great electric music instruments like the other engineers in Music Tribe. Jason accepted me and gave me a lot of encouragement.

    I was assigned the task to build the firmware for the most complex polyphonic synthesizer ever in the history of Music Tribe as I got onboard. I encouraged myself to analyze the prototype of the competitor and I searched everything about it on the internet to understand how it was designed and how it worked. I believed I could do it well since I was a hacker of both hardware and software. Finally, I built the first version of the firmware for demonstration on time.

    I’d also like share another story about being “bold” in Music Tribe. In the pandemic of COVID-19, a table tennis game was held for all Tribers in MT CN1. It was mixed doubles but some of our colleagues in INNO CN1 had never touched a table tennis paddle. I was selected as team leader for the game and many times I almost gave up as it was very challenging to play with a partner without experience. I just had to think that we were doing for fun and for the INNO team.

    I trained my partner from the beginning. I taught her to get familiar with the paddle and ball. I taught her how to serve properly. It was very difficult to learn so many skills and get well trained. But both she and I were bold enough to have a try. We trained together only for about 16 hours but we won four matches and the championship.

    At that moment, I remembered Marie Curie’s words, “Life is not easy for any of us. We must work, and above all, we must believe in ourselves. We must believe that each one of us is able to do something well, and that, when we discover what this something is, we must work hard at it until we succeed.”

     

    The Triber I want to introduce to you is Johnny Du from the Shenzhen software team. He has provided us with good quality products and cost savings in his work. So here are his stories…

    Story 1:
    While researching the MCU platform for the I.MX RT1020/1050 Cortex-M7, Johnny found that the NXP's new MCU was cost-effective, so he decided to try it out for several projects. It’s always hard to get started. No one in the company had used the new IC before, so he had to rely on himself to deploy his idea. He had to design the schematics, weld the boards, debug and evaluate chip performance on his own. Finally, after a period of exploration, he successfully used this new MCU in four projects and possibly more. By replacing the original MCU+DSP scheme, the costs of these products were reduced by about 33.3%.

    Story 2:
    The B6X/B1X series Bluetooth Speaker projects were originally developed by colleagues in Zhongshan, and the first version of PCBA had been produced when they were transferred to his team. It’s originally designed with the MCU+DSP+Reverb DSP+Bluetooth Scheme.

    After Johnny Du fully understood the requirements of the projects and with his previous successful experience, he actively communicated with PJMs and PCLs to change the design. In the end, all of the team members decided to go with Johnny’s new solution. Not only did it reduce costs by approximately 18%, but it also added many new features and enriched product features.

    He will continue to promote new solutions for the iX, iP series speaker upgrades.

     

     

    Challenging the norm, the INNO MECH team veered away from the common on-premise, on-site IT-reliant parametric modelling tool to a fully cloud, fully web-based and zero IT footprint application. Now the team is more agile, can literally work anywhere and doesn't require very expensive or high end workstations to run the application.

     

    FACE Artwork and INNO Mech has an unwritten pact of support system as exemplified by a multitude of simultaneous projects handled by both teams. Albeit with a relatively high population of new hires, it is not a hindrance to work seamlessly with one another and adhere to the Music Tribe core values too.

    Some activities include the introduction of new team members to both Sub-Divisions and regular alignment meetings to discuss projects. Continuous improvements of processes are openly discussed and everybody is empowered to contribute. Knowledge sharing based on past experiences are encouraged specially during product development. Having open communication specially with tenured leaders is one of the key factors that makes working with cross-functional teams easier. This comes in handy specially when dealing with super urgent issues.

    Kudos to Jason Blanco and Charlotte Dacuycuy for spearheading the two Sub-Divisions.

    sigma
    Triber
  • When Music Tribe needed someone to step up and take responsibility for the Hospitality workload in Europe, Uli reached out and put his faith in Barnabas Stalin here at Aston in UK3. This position was to take on the role alongside his bookkeeping responsibilities at Aston, which he continues to perform to an exceptional level.

    Since making the move, Barnabas has gone above and beyond to do the right thing and support our fellow Tribers in the European facilities even though this was initially outside his comfort zone. His biggest strength remains his calm demeanor and considered approach to challenges while showing respect to those involved.

    He has demonstrated all the company core values and we are very proud to have him as part of the Tribe.

     

    In the INNO PCB team, teamwork is our biggest strength. It’s been proven that Teamwork is one of the key values that can catapult an organization to success. This streamlines the combination of proper task delegation and identifying the best person for the right task. In turn, it bolsters accomplishments and goals. In Music Tribe, the INNO PCB team upholds this value in several innovative and creative ways.

    INNO PCB’s teamwork starts with ensuring that all designers have a common goal – delivering the best solutions to our customers. To do that, we have TechTalk sessions where we share knowledge and learn from each other. The INNO PCB Bulletin also serves as a resource for other Tribers to optimize their usage of the Altium Software; this is a way for us to support cross-functional teams in Music Tribe.

    Our INNO PCB Monthly Performance Meeting is a platform for recognition, strategic planning and motivation. This also provides us a chance to give feedback and calibrate our performance for future projects. The meeting is also an opportunity for us to bond through some games and casual conversations.

    Moreover, the INNO PCB Cares program is an essential socially-driven program wherein designers extend help to team members who have been hit by COVID-19 and other natural calamities. INNO PCB believes that Teamwork is our biggest strength. Aside from the fact that it promotes strong working relationships, Teamwork allows designers to innovate faster and deliver the best results for our customers. Just like how we value recognitions from other Tribers in different divisions, we uphold Teamwork as pillars of our organization. #onebloodonePCB #betheTRIBE

     

    We were approached by the Aston Logistics and Packing Team in Hitchin with an odd request last month… “Could we buy some paint and brushes please?”. After further investigation the team had a window of opportunity to give the 4000sq.ft. warehouse space an overhaul and asked if they could do it themselves. Part of this project involved the team pulling out their old clothes, washing down the walls and painting it all white. For those who are not aware, it is not the warmest time of year in the United Kingdom but as the team said, “Let’s get it done!” Great Teamwork and initiative from Ben Lindus, Jared Garrison, Ash Maddox and Kai Garrison. The space looks amazing, thank you.

     

    FACE Artwork and INNO Mech has an unwritten pact of support system as exemplified by a multitude of simultaneous projects handled by both teams. Albeit with a relatively high population of new hires, it is not a hindrance to work seamlessly with one another and adhere to the Music Tribe core values too.

    Some activities include the introduction of new team members to both Sub-Divisions and regular alignment meetings to discuss projects. Continuous improvements of processes are openly discussed and everybody is empowered to contribute. Knowledge sharing based on past experiences are encouraged specially during product development. Having open communication specially with tenured leaders is one of the key factors that makes working with cross-functional teams easier. This comes in handy specially when dealing with super urgent issues.

    Kudos to Jason Blanco and Charlotte Dacuycuy for spearheading the two Sub-Divisions.

    I’m an Innovation Software Embedded Leader in Music Tribe CN1. I’d like to share my stories about being “bold.” When I was interviewed by Jason, the hiring manager of Music Tribe CN1, I had to tell him that I was a freshman when it came to music synthesizers although I had 20 years of experience in both hardware and software design for embedded systems. But I was a crazy music fan and good at playing flute and piano. I believed that I could make great electric music instruments like the other engineers in Music Tribe. Jason accepted me and gave me a lot of encouragement.

    I was assigned the task to build the firmware for the most complex polyphonic synthesizer ever in the history of Music Tribe as I got onboard. I encouraged myself to analyze the prototype of the competitor and I searched everything about it on the internet to understand how it was designed and how it worked. I believed I could do it well since I was a hacker of both hardware and software. Finally, I built the first version of the firmware for demonstration on time.

    I’d also like share another story about being “bold” in Music Tribe. In the pandemic of COVID-19, a table tennis game was held for all Tribers in MT CN1. It was mixed doubles but some of our colleagues in INNO CN1 had never touched a table tennis paddle. I was selected as team leader for the game and many times I almost gave up as it was very challenging to play with a partner without experience. I just had to think that we were doing for fun and for the INNO team.

    I trained my partner from the beginning. I taught her to get familiar with the paddle and ball. I taught her how to serve properly. It was very difficult to learn so many skills and get well trained. But both she and I were bold enough to have a try. We trained together only for about 16 hours but we won four matches and the championship.

    At that moment, I remembered Marie Curie’s words, “Life is not easy for any of us. We must work, and above all, we must believe in ourselves. We must believe that each one of us is able to do something well, and that, when we discover what this something is, we must work hard at it until we succeed.”

     

    Challenging the norm, the INNO MECH team veered away from the common on-premise, on-site IT-reliant parametric modelling tool to a fully cloud, fully web-based and zero IT footprint application. Now the team is more agile, can literally work anywhere and doesn't require very expensive or high end workstations to run the application.

     

     

    The Triber I want to introduce to you is Johnny Du from the Shenzhen software team. He has provided us with good quality products and cost savings in his work. So here are his stories…

    Story 1: While researching the MCU platform for the I.MX RT1020/1050 Cortex-M7, Johnny found that the NXP's new MCU was cost-effective, so he decided to try it out for several projects. It’s always hard to get started. No one in the company had used the new IC before, so he had to rely on himself to deploy his idea. He had to design the schematics, weld the boards, debug and evaluate chip performance on his own. Finally, after a period of exploration, he successfully used this new MCU in four projects and possibly more. By replacing the original MCU+DSP scheme, the costs of these products were reduced by about 33.3%.

    Story 2: The B6X/B1X series Bluetooth Speaker projects were originally developed by colleagues in Zhongshan, and the first version of PCBA had been produced when they were transferred to his team. It’s originally designed with the MCU+DSP+Reverb DSP+Bluetooth Scheme.

    After Johnny Du fully understood the requirements of the projects and with his previous successful experience, he actively communicated with PJMs and PCLs to change the design. In the end, all of the team members decided to go with Johnny’s new solution. Not only did it reduce costs by approximately 18%, but it also added many new features and enriched product features. He will continue to promote new solutions for the iX, iP series speaker upgrades.

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