CHAPTER 12Researcher and Teacher
I believe we are entering a period in which the institutional struggle to survive will usher in the “age of the development of human potential”… and the frontier for the second half of the twentieth century will be creative achievement with the thinking, feeling, acting, and growing of people.1
ROBERT K. GREENLEAF, C. 1955.
War may be Hell, but the increased knowledge it generates spills out of Hades and into all of peacetime society. World War II saw an explosion of knowledge that went far beyond radar, military tactics, and more efficient ways to blow fragile human flesh into smithereens. While the guns were blazing, men and women had to be recruited, evaluated and trained—quickly and efficiently; they ...