The promotion says:
‘I can see our New Ideal Org
HCOPL 22 October 1960 Issue II
THE THREE SERVICE BRANCHES
HASI now has three service branches. … These are Testing, Training and Processing.
(…) These three services take precedence in quarters, personnel and general activity.
All other sevices rendered are of secondary importance and, indeed, are important only to the degree that they make these three services work and to make sure they are adequately used.
HCOPL 1 May 1965R Issue III Rev 29 Aug. 1990
ORGANIZATION: THE DESIGN OF THE ORGANIZATION by LRH
This org pattern is designed not to make money or Scientologists as one might think. Its whole purpose is to make the “Ability to Better Condition,” which is the mission of Scientology.
LECTURE : 23 August 1966,
ORGANIZATION by LRH
(pg22) (…) Now when you get a state which is breaking down the family, even breaking down the family as a group (…) They become unmanegeable. They become very unhappy. They are very miserable to be around. They are awful to try to work with and they will eventually come appetite over tin cup.
Executive Directive LRH ED 44 INT
STANDARD ADMIN by LRH
Most orgs have not had time to find out the total magic of standard tech.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTIVE LRH ED 102 Int.
THE IDEAL ORG by LRH
(…) Such an ideal org would be built by taking what one has and step by step building and smoothing; grooving in and handling each of its functions, with each of its divisions doing more and more of its full job better and better.
HCOPL 31 October 1966R Rev, 5 March 1968
JOB ENDANGERMENT CHITS by LRH
STATE OF MIND
Don’t accept orders you know are against policy or at least unworkable. File a Job Endangerment Chit,
There is no vast THEY weighing you down. There is only ignorance of policy or misinterpretation or arbitrary interference.
GOOD VERSUS BAD MANAGEMENT
HCOPL 10 November 1966 Issue 1 AKHS 6
Bad management is therefore detectable on these points:
2. There is an effort to borrow money rather than earn it.
3. There is a heavy effort to sell assets rather than make money.
5. There will be an effort to be supported.
6. There will be low affinity in the org for the org and its public.
HCOPL 27 December 1963
THE “MAGIC” OF GOOD MANAGEMENT
(…) The route to volume and solvency is milestoned by following these few points:
- THE ATMOSPHERE OF AN ORGANIZATION
The spirit of Scientology is one of help, a flippancy for the Authorities…(…)
The atmosphere of Scientology is a lot more important than new buildings and modern furniture.
HCOPL 10 July 1986 AKH S 51
ADMIN DEGRATES by LRH
(…) In a hurry to get something accomplished, someone skimps on the usual, on-policy procedures and routings and soon his improvised (squirreled) “handling,” tolerate by others, becomes :the way it’s always done around here.”
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