Until very recently, management theorists paid scant attention to problems that are unique to the managing of engineers and scientists. Most research in management has been directed toward understanding the needs and behavior of blue collar and clerical employees. To the extent that engineers and scientists were even considered, it was assumed that principles developed through research on these other employees would apply to engineers and scientists as well.
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