„Operative goals designate the ends sought through the actual operating policies of the organization; they tell us what the organization actually is trying to do, regardless of what the official goals say are the aims.“

—  Charles Perrow, p. 855
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„The power structure will generally dictate the operative goals of the organization.“

—  Charles Perrow American sociologist 1925
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„Organizations are not designed for innovation. Quite the contrary, they are designed for ongoing operations.“

—  Vijay Govindarajan American academic 1949
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„The prize of individualism--its goal--is self-actualization, which is only another name for vanity. We do not admire men for achieving self-actualization; we admire self-actualization when its end result is a boon to humanity.“

—  Matthew Stover American writer 1962
Context: "I respect what is repectable," Tan'elkoth replied. "To ask for respect where none has been earned is childish maundering. And what is repectable, in the end, save service? Even your idol Jefferson is, in the end, measured by how well he served the species. The prize of individualism--its goal--is self-actualization, which is only another name for vanity. We do not admire men for achieving self-actualization; we admire self-actualization when its end result is a boon to humanity." (I.3) Del Rey, p. 75

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