It's worth recalling that the incentive structures now governing executive pay in much of the corporate world were hailed as a miracle of human engineering a generation ago when they focused once-complacent CEOs with laser precision on steering companies toward the brightest possible futures.
What does HE stand for?
HE stands for Human Engineering
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 45 other meanings of HE in our Acronym Attic
- Hoist Electric
- Hollis and Eastern Railroad Company
- Home Education
- Home Entertainment
- Home Equity
- Horizontal Equivalent
- Horizontal Error
- Host Environment
- Huile Essentielle (French: Essential Oil; plant extract)
- Human Effects
Samples in periodicals archive:
With its human engineering, the club partly powers itself: The better the music, the more people dance, and the more electricity comes out of the floor.
A thoughtful and singularly eloquent balance of social consciousness and appreciation for the wonders beyond human engineering.
Tokyo, Japan, Sept 20, 2005 - (JCNN) - On October 3, KOKUYO S&T will launch Japan's first PC mouse that has been designed based on human engineering principles for left-handed people.
A natural right-hander, Schindewolf owes his left-handed batting stroke to the wonders of human engineering.
Knapp also tells how the fantastic feathers and flames of reds and purples that appear on tulips aren't a result of human engineering but rather are indications of a viral disease transmitted by aphids.
Human Engineering Ltd, a British ergonomics consultancy, is carrying out the project and is looking for companies or people who have had experience of exercise as a way of preparing for work.
With the both sublime and ominous new possibilities for human engineering come pointed questions of teleology: Where do we want to take our history and our progeny?