bobby1933 (bobby1933) wrote,

The Organizational Imperative

Organizations take on a life of their own, and individuals who support them or work within them inevitably begin to value that which helps the organization more highly than that which helps the ideas or goals or persons who are the intended recipients of the organization's influence. One begins to believe that higher profits, more customers, membership growth, larger budgets, wider influence, more media mentions, and the like have value in themselves because they contribute to the life of the organization. And thus the organizational imperative takes over.
The Organizational Imperative
Tags: gnosis and agnosis, perspective on "history"
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