December 1921

Company Administration

Volume 6, Issue 4


THE proper administration of the affairs of a company is so vital to its welfare and success that the Company Commander must personally attend to it and not " pass the buck " to subordinates, as is too frequently done.

A well-administered company is always a happy and efficient organization, while one which is allowed to run itself is usually a mob.

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Maj Edwin N. McClellan