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NASA SP-7500

MANAGEMENT

A CONTINUING LITERATURE SURVEY

With Indexes -

A selection of annotated references to unclas-
sified reports and journal articles entering the
NASA Information System from 1962 through
1967

Șcientific and Technical Information Division
NASA OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY UTILIZATION

MARCH 1968
USNATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION

Washington, D.C.

Engin. Library

TL 500 U 785 no7500 )

This document is available from the Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information (CFSTI), Springfield, Virginia, 22151, for $3.00

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Management is a compilation of references to unclassified reports and periodical articles on the subject of management that may be found in the NASA scientific and technical information system. The publication assembles groups of citations formerly announced in separate journals, Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports (STAR) and International Aerospace Abstracts (IAA), to provide management with a convenient information tool.

The present issue covers material generated or sponsored by NASA during the period 1962 through 1967. The selection of items for reannouncement was made on the basis of general interest, usefulness, and applicability, but is by no means exhaustive. Future issues will announce additional items as these come to light or as specific interest in a particular area or areas may dictate.

For greater convenience the selected items are grouped in nine categories. These are shown in the table of contents with appropriate scope notes. The categories bear no relationship to those in STAR and IAA but have been specially chosen for this publication. Three indexes are provided—subject, personal author, and corporate source.

Items concerning management in the fields of reliability and quality assurance have for the most part been excluded. Such items appear in Reliability Abstracts and Technical Reviews (RATR), a monthly journal prepared for NASA by the Research Triangle Institute, Durham, North Carolina.

Many of the abstracts included in Management have been reproduced from those appearing in STAR and IAA. This procedure, adopted in the interests of economy, has introduced some variation in size, style, and intensity of type.

AVAILABILITY OF DOCUMENTS

STAR Entries

NASA documents listed are available without charge to:
1. NASA Offices, Centers, contractors, subcontractors, grantees, and consultants.
2. Other U.S. Government agencies and their contractors.
3. Libraries in the United States that maintain collections of NASA documents for public

reference.
4. Other organizations in the United States having a need for NASA documents in work

related to the aerospace program. 5. Foreign government or academic (university) organizations that have established

reciprocal arrangements for the exchange of publications with NASA, that have current agreements for scientific and technical cooperative activities with NASA, or that have agreements with NASA to maintain collections of NASA documents for public use.

Documents that have been placed on microfiche are identified with the symbol #. Microfiche are

available on the same basis as hard copy.

The public may purchase the documents listed from either of two sales agencies, as specifically

identified in the citations.

Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information (CFSTI). Springfield, Virginia 22151

Superintendent of Documents
U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO)
Washington, D.C. 20502

Information on the availability of this publication and other reports covering
NASA scientific and technical information may be obtained by writing to:

Scientific and Technical Information Division
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Code USS-AD
Washington, D.C. 20546

Collections of NASA documents are currently on file in the organizations listed on the inside of the back cover.

IAA Entries

All articles listed are available from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc. Individual and Corporate AIAA Members in the United States and Canada may borrow publications without charge. Interlibrary loan privileges are extended to the libraries of government agencies and of academic nonprofit institutions in the United States and Canada. Loan requests may be made by mail, telephone, telegram, or in person. Additional information about lending, photocopying, and reference service will be furnished on request. Address all inquiries to:

Technical Information Service
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc.

750 Third Avenue, New York, New York 10017

For further details please consult the Introductions to STAR and IAA, respectively.

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