Legitimacy At Last

Mankind has persisted for a good period absent a viable, persistent model of organizational legitimacy. The modern period of individualism has served as a shill for organizational failure. This is to say that perceived organizational failure has been often used as rationale for, if not an excuse for, unbridled individualism. Dr. Kenneth Tingey of the program has developed a model for operationalizing organizational legitimacy based on key factors of fluidity and dual control. This is referred to as Methods-Based Management and is embedded within the THN program.

This question of legitimacy extends to pubic as well as private institutions. Organizations that make improvements based on such activities will substantially improve their performance as well as their records of quality. Please call for more information on this, particularly with regard to THN.