THE PROBLEM SOLVERS by Adrian A. Paradis

THE PROBLEM SOLVERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Easily the forgotten men of contemporary technology, but certainly vitally important, are those who coordinate and direct research programs in business, industry and the many space age sciences. The author's many titles in vocational guidance are noted for their straightforward, well-organized approach and he has put together another interesting book. By means of interviews with the people who manage the vast research activities, the reader becomes aware of how duplication is avoided and how programs are combined to produce results that would take independent investigators an to achieve. Through the career stories of people actively engaged in pushing back the frontiers of knowledge, the career outlook in engineering/science management is revealed.

Pub Date: April 30th, 1964
Publisher: Putnam