Please read chapter 3 of Inside Drucker's Brain. In it, Peter Drucker uses the term “broken washroom doors” to describe dysfunctions within an organization. Explain what he means by this term. Is executive compensation an example of this? Also, how would you avoid this issue and make your organization effective in meeting its purpose (mission and goals)? Your response should be based on your reading of Drucker and submit your response by 12noon on Monday, March 1. Drucker uses the term “broken washroom doors” to describe the things “that do nothing but eat away at managers’ time and resources.” Also, at the beginning of the chapter he says that, “Every business has its ‘broken washroom doors’, its misdirections, its policies, procedures and methods that emphasize and reward wrong behavior, penalize or inhibit right behavior.” Executive compensation is an example of this because, “they gave managers an incentive to manage for today while sacrificing tomorrow.” I agree with
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