The Ultimate Minority

Whenever you find that you are on the side of the majority, it is time to reform – Mark Twain

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Theory of Bureaucracy


This is my introductory post to go back to first principles, to begin working on the philosophy that  underlies this blog. The blog is about individualism.  The primary counter to individualism is organization, and its modern preeminent form – Bureaucracy.  My life studies in human interaction led me to study the nature and form of […]

Deming and Rothbard

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W. Edwards Deming is one of the great management theorists of all time, and Murray N. Rothbard is one of the great economists and political theorists of all time. They share a few key traits in common. Deming had a deep respect for theory. His writings and teachings were focused on changing how we think […]

Management by Objective, as practiced, loves goal setting and measurables. The old mantra “if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it” is uttered every 1.2 seconds in some office, somewhere in America. It works like this: Measure a result over some period of time, decide on a goal for better numbers, communicate that goal […]