In the top universities, which teach business they often use case studies of large corporations and show how management failures ended up in catastrophe or how proper management decision-making lead to victory in the marketplace over the competitors and launched the Corporation into the spotlight of superstars.
Every top university which teaches MBAs how to get things done shows how good management, strong brand name and proper marketing can lead to success. However when teaching M.B.A. students the best and worst in management we should also teach them that; Total Incompetence in Management = Government Bureaucracy.
You see the worst Corporation in the world as far as management is concern are the ones that acts like a giant blob of bureaucracy. When studying corporate bureaucracy and the worst that it can possibly get, we need not look any further than the United States of America’s government. It used a giant cluster muck of bureaucracy, which is so big it cannot get out of its own way.
Any corporate management team which sets up a government types structure for its Corporation is doomed to failure because it will be passed by faster moving companies and better management teams in smaller companies, which are more efficient.
Government is inefficient and not very good at anything they do and they waste one hell of any lot of money doing nothing. So when looking at the worst-case scenarios in management look no further than government bureaucracy. Consider this in 2006.
- Britain suffers its worst day yet in coronavirus crisis as 708 die in one day taking total to 4,313 but number of new infections rises by just 3,735 - smallest increase in four days
- 'Tell us if you can produce testing kits': Manufacturers are baffled after government pens letter pleading for businesses to make antigen and antibody kits - after their offers of help were ignored for FOUR WEEKS
- Staggering incompetence of our public health fatcats: An astonishing 242 health quango workers are on 6-figure salaries – yet nanny us about mobile phones and soft drinks... while dropping the ball on testing, writes GUY ADAMS
- What government won’t tell you about recession (3)
- Pakistan's debt management structure to undergo drastic changes
- PIERS MORGAN: Britain's heroic NHS lions are being led by dismal government donkeys – it's time Boris Johnson overruled his woefully wrong 'experts' and used some common bloody sense to GET TESTING DONE!
- Lawmakers discussed SOEs management
- Total cases rise to over 900, death toll 19
- How the government's $320billion coronavirus cash injection could leave Australia in debt for a GENERATION - and what it means for you
- Mexico Reports 132 New Coronavirus Cases as Totals Reach 717
- FL Emergency Management Director: 3M Prioritizing Masks to Foreign Countries with Cash over State Governments
- NNPC, Total, Aiteo 31 oil firms donate $30m to fight COVID-19 in Nigeria
- WHAT GOVERNMENT WONT TELL YOU ABOUT RECESSION – 2.
- Higher government borrowings hurting corporate debt market: R Gandhi, RBI Deputy Governor
- Coronavirus COVID-19: Ministry of Health releases SOP as part of hospital management
- 'They were complacent': Coronavirus testing shambles spirals as government blames global chemical shortage for dismal numbers - but industry insists there IS enough as top labs say offers of help have been 'snubbed'
- JANET STREET-PORTER: When we’ve got a total bunch of clowns trying to save the country from coronavirus, you can’t blame us for having a laugh
- Businesses, banks and government need to move in harmony
- No new overnight coronavirus cases in Karnataka: Government
- Half-hour time limit on hair appointments to fight coronavirus is lifted after the government realised it was not practical - but you will still have to keep your distance
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