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『Management』- Tasks, responsibilities, practices(1973)
／ Peter F.Drucker
(Collins Business, p.810)
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The Building Blocks of Organization
In what area is excellence required to obtain the company's
In what areas would lack of performance endanger the results,
if not the survival, of the enterprise?
In what areas could malfunction seriously damage us?
In what areas do we have major vulnerability?
What are the values that are truly important to us
in this company?
...And How They Join Together
The character of a decision is also determine by the number
of qualitative factor that enter into it: basic principle of conduct,
ethical values, social and political belief, etc.
The moment value considerations have to be taken into account,
the decision moves into a higher order and requires either
determination or review at a higher level.
And the most important as well as the most common of
qualitative factors are human beings.
The rule is to keep relationships to a minimum
but make each count.
There is often a conflict between placement according to
decision analysis and placement according to relations
By and large, one should try to follow the logic of relations
as far as he can...The four analysis - of key activities, of
contributions, of decisions, of relations - should always be
kept as simple and as brief as possible.
It is a symptom of malorganization to rely on "coordinators,"
"assistants," and other such whose job it is not to have a job.
...And then one need a coordinator or some other such nonjob
to put pieces together that should never have been separated
in the first place.
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