• Ronald Kay


Creativity is the most precious asset engineers and scientists bring to the Hi-Tech environment. The nurturing of this asset has made the difference in the long-term competitiveness of nations and enterprises. By its very nature, Hi-Tech enterprise requires creative people with a strong technical background to manage not only research and development, but also other functions such as administration, manufacturing, marketing, and sales.


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