The art of management is getting things done, the capability for achievement. But that which has to be achieved must first be identified and then quantified. Only then does a true objective exist, without which there can be no purpose to management and no sense in having an organisation at all. Almost all organisational problems arise because the original purpose for which the structure was created has been lost. Whether this was caused by accident, default or circumstances beyond normal control does not matter when the necessary changes in posture or functions have not been recognised and acted on.
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