The Peter Pyramid, Or: Will We Ever Get the Point?

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Morrow, 1986 - Business & Economics - 191 pages
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The Peter pyramid, or, Will we ever get the point?

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Peter's newest "principle'' is: "Systems start small and grow to occupy all our time and space.'' In other words, this book attempts to do for organizations what The Peter Principle did for ... Read full review

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Window dressing only. Not even close to the original. Read full review

Contents

Pyramid Power
13
Peter Pyramid
37
Proliferating Pathology t
71
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Laurence J. Peter was born in Canada and received an EdD from Washington State University. A teacher, counselor, school psychologist, prison instructor, consultant, and university professor, he wrote articles for many journals and magazines as well as several books, most notably "The Peter Principle". He died in 1990.

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