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The John Diebold Lectures 1

Technological Change and Management

Edited by David W. Ewing

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$10.00 • £8.95 • €9.00

ISBN 9780674872301

Publication Date: 01/01/1970


Six leaders of American industry and government analyze the social and economic implications of scientific and technological change. Donald Cook discusses “Technology—Mainspring of History”; Eli Goldston, “The Limits of Technology”; Joseph C. Wilson, “The New Entrepreneur”; Charles E. Thornton, “The Role of Modern Business”; E. G. Woodroofe, “Technology and Business Opportunity for the International Business”; and James E. Webb, “NASA as an Adaptive Organization.”

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