Breeding Baby Bureaucracies: Essential Factors for the Effective Development of New Organizations
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New government organizations face a range of challenges in establishing themselves during and after their initial creation. Without proper consideration, these challenges can hamper organizational development or even cause it to collapse altogether. This paper seeks to identify these challenges in order to explore the strengths and weaknesses of new organizations and to investigate how best to use this knowledge to ensure the successful development of new organizations. This will be accomplished through the discussion of past experiences and the exploration of literature on organizational development. Research points to a set of key criteria that help to reinforce organizations over the course of their development, mitigate potential threats, and establish organizations both internally and within their broader environment. These criteria include the development of a clear organizational objective, support from other institutions, exceptional leadership, and effective use of time. The best practices established here may serve as a framework for the development of new organizations in the future.
Snow, E. (2010). Breeding Baby Bureaucracies: Essential Factors for the Effective Development of New Organizations. Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 6, 1-8.