GLOSSARY

paralysis bureaucrat end state in Sartrian analysis alienated non praxis in inert field of action cf seriality, impotence, kochokka
kochokka rigidification paralysis as shigo kochokka rigor mortis hence description of bureaucracy ironical
mahi paralysis as rigai kankei no tairitsu de mahi paralysis via a morass of conflicting interests
rigidification paralysis kochokka as shigo kochokka rigor mortis a bureaucratic logjam of interests cf Sartre
alienation of bureaucrats estrangement Entfremdung sogai Sartrian non praxis in inert field of action cf seriality, impotence, paralysis
bureaucrat inertia alienation classic Sartrian seriality non praxis in inert field of action hence impotence and paralysis vs Weber
deconstruction interpreting the meaning of a discourse re-interpreting what is said tatemae to what is intended honne cf paralysis
gaiatsu foreign pressure foreign pressure applied or exploited to break bureaucrat paralysis cf Sartre
huzi fuji per kunreishiki romanisation a leading example of nomenclative challenge and decisional paralysis cf seido hiro
impotence bureaucracy means a hierarchic serialisation those serialised become impotent and finally exhibit paralysis cf Sartre
Mizuho IT Fiasco IT systems integration failure April 2002 IT Head promised in March omune mondai nashi things largely OK cf paralysis
nomenclative challenge inability to choose appropriate names decisional paralysis usefully exposed as internal form over external substance
Sartre Jean-Paul Sartre 1905 - 1980 bureaucracy as exhibiting seriality, impotence and paralysis vs Weber
tatewari gyosei vertically segregated administration no horizontal co-ordination and a dysfunctional bureaucracy cf paralysis

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