Some Comments on the Significance of the Professional Environment to Employment Problems and Engineering Research

CIM Bulletin, 1968

J. N. BROOKE, Research Fellow, Dept. of Mining and Mineral Technology, Royal School of Mines, London, England

This paper deals with the training of the mining and mineral engineer and the role that these professional people must play in their company environment, particularly in relation to management
Keywords: analysis, Discussion, Engineering, Engineers, Environment, Management, metallurgical engineering, mining, present, Royal School of Mines, mining, Research, Training