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Efficiency and productivity in R&D

  • P. A. F. White

Abstract

Efficiency and productivity in research and development must not be confused as being the same as efficiency in production or ordinary service activities. The greatest output and its highest quality in scientific terms comes from the time and energy of the scientifically productive research workers, and the organiser of a laboratory who has efficiency in mind would have constantly under review ways in which this time and energy can be conserved and the research quality enhanced.

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© P. A. F. White 1980

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