Measuring the Success of an Organisation

Organisations only exist to achieve something that individuals can’t achieve alone. This involves coordinated, cooperative effort. In 1938, Chester Barnard, author of The Functions of the Executive, wrote “the only measure of a cooperative system is its capacity to survive”. But how to measure an organisation’s capacity to survive? Subscribe to the newsletter news We […]

Measuring the Success of an Organisation

Organisations only exist to achieve something that individuals can’t achieve alone. This involves coordinated, cooperative effort. In 1938, Chester Barnard, author of The Functions of the Executive, wrote “the only measure of a cooperative system is its capacity to survive”. But how to measure an organisation’s capacity to survive?

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