In even the largest and best-managed companies, hundreds of organizational muddles take place every day. Throughout the economy, they add up to a staggering waste of our national resources.
Editor’s note: This article comes from the fifth chapter of Marvin Bower’s 1966 book, The Will to Manage. It is interesting how timeless the analysis is…
Author: Marvin Bower
Source: McKinsey Quarterly
Subjects: Management, Organizational Behavior