By George R. Stibitz, Jules A. Larrivee
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In some ways, this surprises me because I'm not satisfied with our ability to retain our interns as full-time employees. I think, in fact, that our retention rate is low compared to the industry average. What the Review said about our ranking is that all the students interviewed had offered the opinion that they did real work at Abbott. We just launched a new-age drug, and there are probably five or six interns who worked on this last summer and who finished the clinical trials. If I have a project like the one Mark just described, it would be something I would hire interns to do, not a team.
At the very beginning, we had a letter of understanding that I drew up and sent out to each of our clients (See Figure 7). That, in effect, was our contract. We didn't call it a contract because the clinic is an educational program, a subject to which I'll return a little later. What we do is not R & D. Industry may be tempted to view a project as R & D, and I have to keep reminding people that failure is a possibility because the Clinic is an educational program. You don't want to tie an educational program up in knots with lots of bucks and contracts and so on.
That is where they learn certain skills for managing a project. At Harvey Mudd, one reason why the clinic projects turn out well is the way the Clinic is organized. Ultimate responsibility for the Clinic rests with the Board of Trustees through one of its subcommittes called the Clinic Advisory Committee. I, as well as the directors of the other clinics, sat on the committee. In addition to us, there are about a dozen people from industry who are high-level R & D people who advise us on a number of matters, not the least of which is the fee that we should charge.
Mathematics and Computers by George R. Stibitz, Jules A. Larrivee