71. How the Weight Engineer Should Get Along With Other Engineers in the Engineering Department

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Paper

E A Langleben: 71. How the Weight Engineer Should Get Along With Other Engineers in the Engineering Department. In: 11th National Conference, Buffalo, New York, May 5-8, pp. 6, Society of Allied Weight Engineers, Inc., Buffalo, New York, 1952.

 

Abstract

Engineering Departments, particularly in aircraft companies, are constantly confronted with the cycling problem of work, the shifting of personnel, and the introduction of new engineers and draftsmen into the aircraft engineering technique. The growing number of government contracts, the demand for increased engineering personnel, the lure for better jobs, have given rise to the problem of how the engineer should get along with the other engineers in their field. This problem exists to a much lesser extent in peace time established industries. Each man has his particular job to do and strives for perfection in that job. Personnel changes are slow and advancement is steady. The profession is stabilized and for this reason the problem of getting along with each other is negligible.

 

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