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Fowler, C.A. ; 15 Woodbury Rd., Sudbury, MA, USA

Managing any kind of substantial technical program is a complex and difficult job with many facets and a seemingly infinite number of possible misfortunes that can and frequently do, occur. This paper is, in no way, meant to cover the subject of engineering and program management but rather relates some instructive stories about three great managers and discusses a few areas that I believe are important

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 10 )