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Henry Mecredy :
BOOKS | Tracy Kidder: ‘The Soul of a New Machine’ revisited

It’s a fine tale of a product development project that unfolds in secrecy, in a mild paranoia born of corporate competition. By Henry Mecredy | The Rag Blog | July 22, 2017 Hands, that the rod of empire might have … finish reading Henry Mecredy :
BOOKS | Tracy Kidder: ‘The Soul of a New Machine’ revisited

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Camaro: Successful, but a waste

What possible need was there for another car like the Mustang? By Henry Mecredy | The Rag Blog | December 20, 2016 This is Henry Mecredy’s second Rag Blog article about design, function, and the social good in automotive engineering. … finish reading Henry Mecredy :
Camaro: Successful, but a waste

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The Edsel tragedy

Ford was able to command vast numbers of person-hours of labor but these creative efforts went entirely unmanifested in social good. By Henry Mecredy | The Rag Blog | March 24, 2016 The Edsel, a car introduced by Ford in … finish reading Henry Mecredy :
The Edsel tragedy

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