Bureaucracy unknown 1 a form of government in which the true power lies in the hands of committees who dictate policy and bureaus that carry them out, with little accountability to the constituency. Working in a big corporate office can be a blessing and a curse on one hand, you have tons of resources at your disposal—technical help, creative teams, mentors, a well-stocked supply room, and anything else you need just a purchase order away. Definition of bureaucracy written for english language learners from the merriam-webster learner's dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels. What exactly is the federal bureaucracy the federal bureaucracy consists of the roughly 500 departments, agencies, administrations, authorities, and commissions that carry out responsibilities assigned to them through congressional legislation.
Bureaucracy is the administration of the many divisions of government by non-elected officials while it has been acknowledged that bureaucracy is a necessary, efficient way to operate a far-reaching government, the term has met with criticism in recent decades. Bureaucracy meaning: 1 a system for controlling or managing a country, company, or organization that is operated by a large number of officials employed to follow rules carefully: 2 the officials, employees, and people who run government departments and offices, or similar officers and employees. Bureaucracy a bureaucracy is an organization characterized by hierarchy, fixed rules, impersonal relationships, strict adherence to impartial procedures, and specialization based on function bureaucratic organizations can be found in the private sector as well as the public sector. The historical tradition of bureaucracy in china goes way back to the creation of the qin dynasty many westerners assume that the bureaucratic system china currently has began somehow with maoism or the revolution of 1949, but debates on china's bureaucratic structure have been going on for.
Bureaucracy busting made easy and fast at low cost learn to cut red tape discover what is bureaucracy, and the damaging effects of bureaucratic management actions on customer service and employees, quality. Go back to the lifecycles page although it should be dead, the company in bureaucracy is kept alive by artificial life support the company was born the first time in infancy, it was reborn in adolescence, and its third birth is in bureaucracy when it gets an artificial continuance on its life. Gatherer is the magic card database search for the perfect addition to your deck browse through cards from magic's entire history see cards from the most recent sets and discover what players just like you are saying about them. Bureaucracy was borrowed from the french bureaucratie, which itself was formed by combining bureau (desk) and -cratie (a suffix denoting a kind of government. Bureaucracy ( noun ) [a] formal organization characterized by a hierarchy of authority , a clear division of labor , explicit rules , and impersonality (openstax college 2012) example: the department of motor vehicles or city hall.
Hierarchy: a bureaucracy is set up with clear chains of command so that everyone has a boss at the top of the organization is a chief who oversees the entire bureaucracy power flows downward. The key lines in the final report of the los angeles county blue ribbon commission on child protection, which was released late friday and comes before the board of supervisors on tuesday, may be two sentences that don't use the words foster care, child death, dependency court or early intervention. A plethora of documentation is necessary to obtain a visa, stay, residence or work permit unfortunately, not all the official information explaining how to obtain this documentation is readily available or interpreted in the same way, making the tortured road to obtaining visas and permits fraught with dead ends and u-turns. The bureaucracy became a refuge for the nobles, and above all for the bourgeois, whose fixed incomes were lowered by the influx of precious metals from the new world, while the wages of artisans rose. So bureaucracy literally means government with a small desk weber wrote about germany during the early 20th century, when developing capitalism was spawning more and more large businesses the changing economic scene had important implications for government.
Bureaucracy latest breaking news, pictures, videos, and special reports from the economic times bureaucracy blogs, comments and archive news on economictimescom. Bureaucracy is the clearest and most concise version of the calculation critique of socialism this books is vastly easier to read that the original 1920 article on socialist calculation. A bureaucracy is a large, complex organization of appointed, not elected, officials bureaucracies exist in many countries in many areas of life, including corporations, universities, and local and state governments.
Bureaucracy (countable and uncountable, plural bureaucracies) government by bureaus or their administrators or officers ( business , organizational theory ) a system of administration based upon organisation into bureaus , division of labour , a hierarchy of authority , etc, designed to dispose of a large body of work in a routine manner. Today, the term bureaucracy suggests a lack of initiative, excessive adherence to rules and routine, red tape (see also red tape), inefficiency, or, even more serious, an impersonal force dominating the lives of individuals. Bureaucracy - a government that is administered primarily by bureaus that are staffed with nonelective officials authorities , government , regime - the organization that is the governing authority of a political unit the government reduced taxes the matter was referred to higher authorities. Bureaucracy is a body of nonelective government officials and/or an administrative policy-making group historically, bureaucracy referred to government administration managed by departments staffed with nonelected officials.