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    Developing Effective Engineering Leadership

    Ray Morrison, Carl Ericsson  2002

    This book will enable engineering organisations to manage their valuable knowledge resources and the people who possess them. The authors show that the loss of experience and knowledge base due to staff turnover erodes corporate culture.

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    The Early History of Radio

    From Faraday to Marconi  
    G.R.M. Garratt  1994

    The Early History of Radio: From Faraday to Marconi outlines the sequence of development from Faraday's first prediction and concept of the electromagnetic field.

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    Effective Team Leadership for Engineers

    Pat Wellington, Niall Foster  2009

    An essential guide for engineers who are new to the role of leading a team. Packed with practical information, advice and case studies, this book presents you with the insights to get your team rapidly up to speed and working to their full potential, shows how to problem solve, and keep the team on track through turbulent times.

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    Electric Railways

    1880-1990  
    Michael C. Duffy  2003

    This book presents a thorough survey of electric railway development from the earliest days of the London Underground to modern electrified mainline trains.

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    Exhibiting Electricity

    K.G. Beauchamp  1997

    This unusual book traces the history of public and technical exhibitions, from their origins in the late 18th Century to present day, and, particularly, how they have reflected the progress of science and technology (especially electrical technology).

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    Innovation and the Communications Revolution

    From the Victorian pioneers to broadband Internet  
    John Bray  2002

    This book describes the stage-by-stage creation and development, from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day, of the remarkable global communications technologies that have profoundly transformed the way that people live and work.

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    John Logie Baird

    Television pioneer  
    Russell W. Burns  2000

    This is a balanced biography of one of the 20th Century's outstanding inventors, published to coincide with the 75th anniversary of Baird's first public demonstration of a rudimentary television system.

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    The Life and Times of A.D. Blumlein

    Russell Burns  2000

    Alan Dower Blumlein was a genius and has been described as the greatest British electronics engineer of the twentieth century. This book presents a balanced account of the life and times of a brilliant engineer. It is certain to be the major biographical source on Blumlein for all historians of technology and science.