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This short article reemphasizes the need for "social engineering" as contrasted with the prevailing competence in the field of "technical engineering." Practical steps are enumerated for the establishment of a favorable atmosphere in which human beings can effectively and happily operate in the laboratory and factory. This covers suggestions for a reorientation on the part of the "worker" as well as on the part of management. The remarks are of a very general nature and applicable to all industries, but the experience on which they are based was gained in the electron-tube field.