The Causes of Inefficiency

  • Graham Tarr

Abstract

I never fail to be astonished by the perpetual astonishment of investigators who find that inefficiency is widespread. One does not have to be a cynic to believe that inefficiency is the normal state of an enterprise, not the abnormal. There is a good, scientific reason for this, but more than one management writer has mistaken it. Notable amongst these was Dr Lawrence J. Peter, of ‘The Peter Principle’.

Keywords

Depression Hull Pyramid Dial 

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© Graham Tarr 1983

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