The Unwritten Laws of Engineering W. J. King, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, James G. Skakoon
Publisher: American Society of Mechanical Engineers
For those NFL/Professional Sports Fans out there I give you one of the dumbest unwritten sports rules that is out there: You can't lose your starting spot due to injury. King, an engineering professor at the University of California, Los Angeles. Swanson's insights were later found to have been taken from a 1944 engineering classic, “The Unwritten Laws of Engineering,” by W. Swanson, the CEO of Raytheon published a book called Swanson's Unwritten Rules of Management. Shortly after, it was revealed that many passages in the book by Swanson were actually present in a 1944 book “The Unwritten Laws of Engineering” by W. It seems that those rules were in fact from a book written in 1944 by W. King, observed that the chief obstacles to the success of engineers are of a personal and administrative rather than a technical nature. This fully revised and updated edition of the 1944 classic, serves as a crucial compilation of "house rules," or a professional code. King called The Unwritten Laws of Engineering. Again, if you haven't read this, please go do so. I learned a lot of things in engineering school. It was originally written in 1944, published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. I learned the basics of electricity and electronics. The unwritten laws of engineering. I learned circuit theory, communications theory and digital electronics. 2001 The Unwritten Laws of Engineering: Revised and Updated. Unwritten Laws of Engineering When Carl Durrenburger read the USA Today interview with Bill Swanson about his “Unwritten Rules” of business, he recognized something. In which case The Unwritten Laws of Engineering are applicable. Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing, Workbook (Open Library) Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing, Workbook by Cecil H. King, an engineering professor.