Management of Research and Development Organizations: Managing the Unmanageable
Wiley, 1990 - Business & Economics - 268 pages
This book provides guidelines for managing and improving the productivity of R&D organizations. The author discusses how to set priorities, motivate subordinates, create a good work environment, and develop leadership in people whose training is scientific rather than managerial.
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Elements Needed for an RD Organization
Job Design and Organizational Effectiveness
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