GUEST POST: The 12 elements of effective organizations — circa 1985

Bill Densmore (Sr.)

Bill Densmore (Sr.)

EDITOR’S NOTE – Conventional wisdom about effective management is in constant flux – much like fashion.  But if the things that motivate people stay relatively constant across generations, then it’s perfectly logical to keep looking to the past for advice about modern management. In that spirit, here are “Twelve Characteristics of Effective Organizations,” authored, and copyrighted, by William P. Densmore [Sr.] in 1985 as part of his “ELEMENTS OF EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT PROCESS.”  Densmore  is a retired senior manufacturing executive of Norton Co., (now a brand of Saint-Gobain,  the largest global manufacturer and supplier of abrasives.  He  lives in Worcester, Mass.
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