Institutional actors in position of authority, power, and leadership.
- Business: CEO's, CFO's, high and middle executives.
- Government: Presidents, governors, mayors, congresspersons
- Political Parties: Chairpersons, district directors.
- Pyramid flowcharts and distinct levels of subordination
- Election, competition, or appointment based leadership.
- Highly defined, regimented, and restricted leadership eligibility.
- Complex and high discrimination bars for leadership participation.
- o Performance
- o Education
- o Specialized skills
- Large numbers of appointed officers. (security is based on organization)
- Large constituent bases. (emphasis on efficiency)
- Clearly defined leadership roles and boundaries.
- Emphasis on monetary rewards for leadership.
- Strict and highly organized chains of command
- Outcome is highly regulated and emphasized.
- Participation is regimented, strictly controlled, and homogeneous.
- Very efficient although highly unpopular with low approval ratings.
- Oval shaped flowcharts and less distinct levels of subordination
- Loosely defined, regimented, and open leadership eligibility.
- Comprised of multiple cells of organization. (security is based on participation)
- Small numbers of appointed officers.
- Smaller sized constituent bases. (emphasis on participation)
- Less clearly defined leadership roles and boundaries.
- Emphasis on social rewards for leadership.
- Simpler and less discriminatory bars for leadership participation.
- o Not necessarily performance based
- o Not necessarily education based
- o Not necessarily specialized skills based
- Casual personable chains of command.
- Participation emphasized over outcome.
- Participation is casual, unregimented, loosely controlled, and diversified.
- Participation levels are higher and motivational levels elevated.
- Very popular with high approval ratings, but very inefficient.
- Top-down because of social dislike, low approval ratings, low participation.
- Bottom-up because of lack of leadership definition and outcomes.
Iron Law of Oligarchy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_law_of_oligarchy
Transparent Budget Writing and Presentation: http://middleamericareformparty.blogspot.com/2012/02/transparent-budget-writing-and.html
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