Observations of the Post about management.

Inefficiency and confusion of the staff correspond to the inefficiency and stupidity of management.

Robertson’s rule on bureaucracy.

The more directives are issued to solve a problem, the worse the situation becomes.

Law of Joe.

If in some organization you have a “your man”, he will be the first to be fired during its reorganization.

On whom you can count in case of a crisis.

1. Marketing says “yes.”

2. Finance states “no.”

3. Lawyers should consider this.

4. The cadres are worried.

5. Planners rave.

6. Designers are above all this.

7. Production requires more production space.

8. Top management is looking for someone responsible.

Sweeney’s Law.

The size of the report on the results achieved is inversely proportional to the results achieved.

Дже Jacobson’s Law.

The less the work is done by the organization, the more often it is reorganized in every way.

The defactualization rule.

As information moves up the bureaucratic ladder, it distorts and degenerates.

Maxim McCartney.

The only thing that saves us from the bureaucracy is its inefficiency.

Gammon’s law.

In the bureaucratic system, an increase in expenditures will be accompanied by a corresponding drop in production.

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