listen to the pronunciation of bureaucracy
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} bürokrasi

Bürokrasiyi kim icat etti? - Who invented bureaucracy?

Tom, bürokrasiyi çok seviyor. - Tom likes bureaucracy very much.

{i} kırtasiyecilik
{i} devlet memurları
devlet dairelerine mahsus formaliteler
Englisch - Englisch
Structure and regulations in place to control activity. Usually in large organizations and government operations
government by departments of men transacting particular branches of public business
You have two cows The government takes them both, shoots one, milks the other, pays you for the milk, and then pours it down the drain
nonelective government officials
is a system in which people are expected to follow precisely defined rules and procedures rather than to use personal judgement
n (IC) An organization formed with ridged structure and inflexible rules of operation and authority which follows complex procedures impeding effective action
A bureaucracy is an administrative system operated by a large number of officials. State bureaucracies can tend to stifle enterprise and initiative
An organization (civil servants) characterized by hierarchial, centralized authority with clearly stated procedure for carrying out its tasks TOP
A system of carrying on the business of government by means of departments or bureaus, each under the control of a chief, in contradiction to a system in which the officers of government have an associated authority and responsibility; also, government conducted on this system
government based on a specialized set of offices usually hierarchically organized
government by officials responsible only to their department chiefs
Hierarchical organization designed to perform a particular set of tasks
An organization with many layers of managers who set rules and regulations and oversee all decisions
- A system that carries out the functions of a government or a private organization The authority to perform many routine duties is divided among departments called bureaus In most large bureaucracies, power is controlled by a number of officials instead of by one leader However, a single leader may be held responsible for the actions of many minor officials and employees The term comes from the French word bureau, meaning office This link will take you to Pushback com - Pushing Back the Bureaucracy: http: //www pushback com
An organisation in which people are expected to operate within a defined role, not being swayed by or showing any emotion Developed in the late nineteenth century by sociologists as the ideal organisational machine free from the paternalism and nepotism that characterised many organisations at the time Bureaucracies only operate successfully where they allow emotions to play some part in actions, for example, the development of a mission statement, apologising with feeling to a complainant
You have two cows At first the government regulates what you can feed them and when you can milk them Then it pays you not to milk them Then it takes both, shoots one, milks the other and pours the milk down the drain Then it requires you to fill out forms accounting for the missing cows
Definition of Bureaucracy: A bureaucracy is a form of organization in which officeholders have defined positions and (usually) titles Formal rules specify the duties of the officeholders Personalistic distinctions are usually discouraged by the rules (Econterms) Terms related to Bureaucracy: None About Com Resources on Bureaucracy: None Writing a Term Paper? Here are a few starting points for research on Bureaucracy: Books on Bureaucracy: None Journal Articles on Bureaucracy: None
Government officials, collectively
(p 236) An organization with many layers of managers who set rules and regulations and oversee all decisions
a system that keeps you busy all the time so that you can be as unproductive as possible
Max Weber's ideal type of organization that included a strict chain of command, detailed rules, high specialization, centralized power, and selection and promotion based on technical competence [1]
{i} government of made up of many bureaus and administrators; paperwork and "red tape" that characterizes a bureaucracy
disapproval Bureaucracy refers to all the rules and procedures followed by government departments and similar organizations, especially when you think that these are complicated and cause long delays. People usually complain about having to deal with too much bureaucracy. Professional corps of officials organized in a pyramidal hierarchy and functioning under impersonal, uniform rules and procedures. Its characteristics were first formulated systematically by Max Weber, who saw in the bureaucratic organization a highly developed division of labour, authority based on administrative rules rather than personal allegiance or social custom, and a "rational" and impersonal institution whose members function more as "offices" than as individuals. For Weber, bureaucracy was a form of legalistic "domination" inevitable under capitalism. Later writers saw in bureaucracy a tendency to concentrate power at the top and become dictatorial, as occurred in the Soviet Union. Robert K. Merton emphasized its red tape and inefficiency due to blind conformity to procedures. More recent theories have stressed the role of managerial cliques, occupational interest groups, or individual power-seekers in creating politicized organizations characterized by internal conflict
A type of administration characterized by specialization, professionalism, and security of tenure
plural of bureaucracy