Why Organizations Fail

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Why Organizations Fail

By | March 2011
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Introduction
An organization is official group of people which has common objectives to achieve with their own system. Some organizations accomplished their goal and succeeded but some failed. What makes this difference? Failed organizations have a lack of leadership skills which corporate vision and establish strategy to achieve their aims. It is needed that the leader of organizations presents very clear vision to their members and set up specific strategies with their members to realize the vision. The members will conduct their particular task with detailed strategies and evaluate their performance. According to Irving L. Janis (What is group think, 22), organization members intend to develop informal objectives in order to feel solidarity and this becomes part of the hidden agenda in their group. For the hidden issue not to replace their realistic target, a high-performing leader lead their members to match members interests with organizations objectives and encourages them to make a commitment. Several years ago the new elected governor of A city established vague ambition the best city to live!’. However public officers of the city have different idea what kind of city are the best to live. Some think flourish economy and some create eco-friendly environment and others provide various opportunity to enjoy cultural works or no crime city and so on. Members of the city do not know where the organizations are going and what it is trying to achieve in the future, so they gave the same performance just as until then. The new governor failed to constitute clear objective and create specific lower level goals with their officers, so that he was unsuccessful to encourage his staff and lead to change. Barbara Tuchman (The March of Folly, p.28) mentioned that holders of high office so often act contrary to the way reason points. Without clear and realistic objectives, members serve individual not organizations interest. And the leaders priority is creates a clear...

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