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All of the following suggest strengths of bureaucracies, except ... (Points : 1) They get things done with speed and efficiency. They are the best way to coordinate large numbers of
people to achieve large-scale goals. They create order by clearly defining job tasks and rewards. They stress the goals of the individual.
They stress the goals of the individual is not a strength of a bureaucracy.
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