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Is Barnard “The Dark Side?”
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What do these all have in common? Military Sororities Fraternities Clubs Unions Political Organizations Movement Organizations
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Barnard President of New Jersey Bell The Functions of the Executive. Organizations are cooperative systems. When individuals do not cooperate the organization no longer exists. Legitimacy comes from bottom up rather than from the top down.
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Barnard Assumes That: Society could not exist without cooperation, and the clearest form of cooperation may be seen in organizations. Thus, in this view, if people cooperate in the pursuit of common goals, there can be no problem with the output of organizations; they must be moral organizations. Organizations are functional.
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Barnard Assumes That: The only goal of business, he says, can be service. It is not profit nor power nor political ideology and certainly not personal gain. The common purpose of an organization must always be a moral purpose, and to inclucate
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2007 for the course ILROB 171 taught by Professor Bacharach/sonnenstuh during the Spring '06 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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