Administration is the capacity of coordinating many, and often conflicting, social energies in a single organism, so adroitly that they shall operate as a unity. This presupposes the power of recognizing a series of relations between numerous special... The Theory of Social Revolutions - Page 208by Brooks Adams - 1913 - 240 pagesFull view
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Allan Frederic Saunders - 1920 - 280 pages
...of the intellectual isolation incident to specialisation; and yet administration or generalisation is not only the faculty upon which social stability...but is, possibly, the highest faculty of the human mind.1 It is just because the orthodox theorists failed to understand the nature of this problem that...