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An Analysis of the Extent to Which an Engineer Identifies Himself with Management at Various Stages of Experience.

By Sodke, Henry E.

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Title: An Analysis of the Extent to Which an Engineer Identifies Himself with Management at Various Stages of Experience.  
Author: Sodke, Henry E.
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Language: English
Subject: Management, Management
Collections: Government Library Collection, Federal Depository Library Collection
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1955
Publisher: Purdue University

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Description: Thesis (MS)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1955

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