1967-02-01

Castles, Management, and Schizophrenia in Engineering 670834

The interfaces of engineering and management offer an insight into why the engineer, when viewed as in his castle, avoiding constraints, seems out of contact with the facts of business life. His sharing in the benefits and yields, while shunning a full measure of responsibility, appears less than glamourous in final, depersonalized analysis.
A view of the engineer as manager, judicious scheduler, and user of resources after regressive analysis of professional antecedents and future expectations; the engineer as participant, delineator, and communicator; as active in the art and science of management as well as in design, innovation, and research, can be projected as faces of an attainable value, with enhanced professional esteem.

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