Technology transfer as applied to Government Service Employees of the Naval Facility Engineering Command and compared to Naval Officers of the Civil Engineering Corps.
Claassen, Steven Hurley
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It is hypothesized that there is a relationship between the efficient utilization of research and development, and the behavioral characteristics of individuals in an organization which uses the research. A modified version of a previously developed psychological test for Naval Officers is used to determine the natural ability of Government Service Employees of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command to transfer technical information and bring about its adoption. Emphasis is placed on locating and understanding these individuals to improve the efficiency of technology transfer. A comparison is made between the Government Service Employees queried and the previously tested Naval Officers.
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