The Peter principle (TEFC)

United Kingdom, 1973

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In any hierarchical organization, en employee tend to se to his level of incompetence and remains there. Dr Laurence J. Peters outlines the dangers of working in a hierarchy and offers advice to employers and employees on the best use of the Peter Principle. The serious social implications from both an individual and organisational viewpoint includes stress related illness, unbalanced home life, inefficiency and incompetence.

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producer

Peter Riding

production company

BBC

Duration

00:25:25:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1973

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