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    • Quality, Japan, and the U.S.: the first chapter

    • Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Management; World War II; Japan; Industrial management; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Deming, W. Edwards (William Edwards), 1900-1993; Juran, J. M. (Joseph M.), 1904-2008; Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001;...
    • Kenneth Hopper's article from the September 1985 issue of Quality Progress discussing Japan's new industrial management based on Japanese traditions and American ideals from practicing American industrial managers.
    • Briefing of Generals Church and Danforth

    • Telecommunication; Industrial management; Engineers; Radar; Ionosphere; Central Radio Propagation Laboratory (U.S.); Armed Forces - Officers
    • Frank Polkinghorn's briefing to Generals Church and Danforth on the Research and Development Division's objective to see that the necessary telecommunications knowledge, equipment and systems are available when needed for the expansion or...
    • The improvement of telecommunications engineering education in Japan

    • Speeches, addresses, etc.; Telecommunication; Universities and colleges; Telephone; Social classes; College students; Lectures and lecturing; Engineers; College teachers; Research; Letters
    • Frank Polkinghorn's talk on the improvement of telecommunications engineering education in Japan and the relationship between social education and the practice of engineering. It includes an excerpt from a 1957 letter by a distinguished Japanese...
    • Letter from George I. Back to Mr. C. W. Protzman, 1950-03-28

    • Letters; Back, George I. (George Irving), 1894-1972; Supervisors; Supervisors, Industrial; Engineers; Telecommunication; Japan; Management; Engineering
    • Brigadier General George I. Back, chief of the Civil Communications Section, writes Mr. C. W. Protzman, expressing his appreciation for Protzman's engineering work for the Civil Communications Section in Japan. He says that Protzman has shown the...
    • B. Inoue letter to Mr. K. Hopper, 1982-07-02

    • Inoue, Bunzaemon, 1906-; Hopper, Kenneth, 1926-; Letters; Sumitomo Denki Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha; Telephone
    • B. Inoue, of Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., writes Mr. K. Hopper replying to Hopper's questions regarding the Tokyo seminar and Osaka seminar dates. Inoue says that General Back, the director of the CCS (Civil Communications Section) came to...
    • Dr. Yu-Yueh Mao

    • Harvard University; California Institute of Technology; Universities and colleges; Engineers; Bell Telephone Laboratories; Radar; Congresses and conventions; Administrative Radio Conference; Teaching; Civil service positions; Cornell University
    • The schooling and career history of Dr. Yu-Yueh Mao.
    • Foreword to CCS book on industrial management

    • Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001; Books; Authorship; Executives; Telecommunication; Japan; Industrial management; Wages; Executives; Management
    • The foreword to a CCS (Civil Communications Section) book on industrial management by Charles Protzman and Homer Sarasohn. The book was used to instruct top-management executives in the telecommunications industry in Japan, the fundamental...
    • Foreword to CCS book on industrial management

    • Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001; Books; Authorship; Executives; Telecommunication; Japan; Industrial management; Wages; Executives; Management
    • The foreword to a CCS (Civil Communications Section) book on industrial management by Charles Protzman and Homer Sarasohn. The book was used to instruct top-management executives in the telecommunications industry in Japan, the fundamental...
    • Foreword to CCS book on industrial management

    • Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001; Books; Authorship; Executives; Telecommunication; Japan; Industrial management; Wages; Executives; Management
    • The foreword to a CCS (Civil Communications Section) book on industrial management by Charles Protzman and Homer Sarasohn. The book was used to instruct top-management executives in the telecommunications industry in Japan, the fundamental...
    • Foreword to CCS book on industrial management

    • Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001; Books; Authorship; Executives; Telecommunication; Japan; Industrial management; Wages; Executives; Management
    • The foreword to a CCS (Civil Communications Section) book on industrial management by Charles Protzman and Homer Sarasohn. The book was used to instruct top-management executives in the telecommunications industry in Japan, the fundamental...
    • Diary & memoirs of two years with the occupation in Japan

    • Diaries; Autobiography; Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers; Japan; Sarasohn, Homer, 1916-2001; Industrial management; Denki Tsūshin Kenkyūjo (Japan); Telecommunication; Communication; Edison, Thomas A. (Thomas Alva), 1847-1931; Management;...
    • The diary and memoirs of Frank Polkinghorn's two years in Japan as director of the Research and Development Division of the Civil Communications Section (CCS) of the Supreme Command of Allied Powers (SCAP). It consists of: the Preface; Chapter 1:...
    • Corporation of MOC

    • Denki Tsūshin Kyōkai (Japan); Associations, institutions, etc.; Communication; Nihon Hōsō Kyōkai
    • A list of various Japanese communications associations written in original handwriting. "CHECK SHEET:" is typewritten on the back of the page.
    • Foundation juridical persons of MOC

    • Teishin Kyōkai; Teishin Dōsōkai; Tsūshin Bunka Shinkōkai (Japan); Associations, institutions, etc.; Communication; Telecommunication
    • A list of various Japanese communications associations. "To: Mr. Gonzalez" is handwritten on the top of the page in pencil. The list is in original handwriting.
    • Japanese diet mission

    • Political science; Telecommunication; United States; Dinners and dining; Yamada, Setsuo; Politicians
    • Frank Polkinghorn lists the members of the Japanese Diet, who visited the United States in the fall of 1951, as part of a mission of the telecommunications committee. It is in Polkinghorn's original handwriting. The back of the page contains a...

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