Howard, George W.
July 1965
Advanced Management Journal;Summer65, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p84
Academic Journal
Discusses the management of research and development projects by objectives. Factors involved in the theory of appraising projects; Importance of setting the objectives for the reporting period; Determination of success or failure.


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