A legalized form of corruption, whose impact is often more devastating, because it permeates all levels of an organization or a department, be it in the government or in the private sector.
Ministers and senior civil servants thrive on bureaucrazy, because most love rules and procedures and processes to control those under them—they want to protect themselves from blame and don’t want to rock the boat, much less entertain creative ideas from their staff.
by MathPlus October 02, 2017
Any process or organization that sacrifices intelligence and rational thought in favor of administrative red tape.
At first, the new executive seemed to have a handle on things. Then it became obvious she was just turning the company into a bureaucrazy.
by Steve R. September 28, 2007