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The relation between productivity, efficiency and size of a technical organization as affected by internally generated and circulated paperwork is analyzed. It is shown that there exists an upper bound to total productive output which is independent of the number of employees; and that as the organization size is increased the efficiency generally first rises and then falls off inversely proportionally to the number of employees.
Management Science © 1960 INFORMS