In previous divisions of this series, consideration has been given to a number of subjects which are individually parts of the process, or background, of Administration, Management and Production Engineering. This has been done without dealing exhaustively with each of them or with the prerequisite knowledge of other basic sciences needed for their understanding. Enough has been said, however, to indicate that, ideally, a wide field of knowledge should be available in a manager.
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