William H. Whyte Quotes: Their Attitude Toward Another Aspect Of

Their Attitude Toward Another Aspect Of Organization Shows The Same Bias. What Of The "group Life", The Loss Of Individualism? Once Upon A Time It Was Conventional For Young Men To View The Group Life Of The Big Corporations As One Of Its Principal Disadvantages. Today, They See It As A Positive Boon. Working With Others, They Believe, Will Reduce The Frustration Of Work, And They Often Endow The Accompanying Suppression Of Ego With Strong Spiritual Overtones. They Will Concede That There Is Often A Good Bit Of Wasted Time In The Committee Way Of Life And That The Handling Of Human Relations Involves Much Suffering Of Fools Gladly. But This Sort Of Thing, They Say, Is The Heart Of The Organization Man's Job, Not Merely The Disadvantages Of It. "Any Man Who Feels Frustrated By These Things," One Young Trainee With Face Unlined Said To Me, "can Never Be An Executive".
— William H. Whyte —

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