The material presented in this paper addresses the following questions of the engineer of the ‘80’s:
How can an (earthmoving) engineer be successful in the ‘80’s?
Should he isolate himself in his work?
Are there special needs in the ‘80’s?
What should he do-personally-to succeed and to improve the world in which we live?
Can the engineer help solve specific problems facing us now?
Can today’s problems-unemployment, inflation, world unrest, competition from new sources around the world, social unrest, energy limitations, pollution, and others, be met directly by the engineer with any success?