Professional goals for today

@article{Wickenden1946ProfessionalGF,
  title={Professional goals for today},
  author={William E. Wickenden},
  journal={Electrical Engineering},
  year={1946},
  volume={65},
  pages={365-369}
}
Not until man learned to organize his efforts was he able to attain mastery over nature to any significant degree and so, as a result, most of his accomplishments have been confined to the past three centuries. With this example before him the engineer, also, has become interested in organization, but only in his particular specialized field. If engineers are to assume a role of leadership in the industrial world there must be a new unity among members of the profession as a whole, a unity… CONTINUE READING

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