The management implications of PERT.

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Booz, Allen & Hamilton, inc., 1962 - Technology & Engineering - 25 pages
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MY name is Robin Morton. I am a graduate of the U of Michigan, Industrial Engr. 1959
I went to work for Aerojet General in Sacramento, California in 1959
Aerojet developed the PERT Program to monitor the Polaris..
I was the programmer who wrote the PERT Cost program (744) to monitor the costs associated with the scheduling application. I used the IBM 704 & the later IBM 7090. The program was written in ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE..Jack McSparron was my boss.
I helped develop Magic, a Spread Sheet application, based on VISICALC for the H800
I left Aerojet in 1961, and joined Honeywell Computer.
I retired from Honeywell in 1981
 

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Establishing Management Responsibilities
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Potential Uses of PERT
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