A discussion of aerospace management techniques and the possible transference of these techniques to the non-aerospace industry. Two problems are considered in the utilization of management techniques developed in the space and defense programs: (1) by companies oriented toward the civilian market; and (2) by present government contractors in the non-government market place.
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