If you are not already in a management position, chances are you soon will be. According to the Bureau of Statistics, the fastest growing areas of employment for engineers are in engineering/science management. With over 200 contributing authors, The Technology Management Handbook informs and assists the more than 1.5 million engineering managers in the practice of technical management. Written from the technical manager's perspective and written for technologists who are managers, The Technology Management Handbook presents in-depth information on the science and practice of management. Its comprehensive coverage encompasses the field of technology management, offering information on: Entrepreneurship Innovations Economics Marketing Product Development Manufacturing Finance Accounting Project Management Human Resources International BusinessSamuelson, W. and Marks, S. Managerial Economics, chap. 14, Dryden Press, Fort Worth, TX, 1995. ... The answers are simple, but, to many otherwise well- educated persons, elusive. Engineers and business managers in particular shouldanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Technology Management Handbook|
|Author||:||Richard C. Dorf|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1998-07-27|