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POSDCORB is an acronym widely used in the field of management and public administration that reflects the classic view of organizational theory. However, he first presented the concept in In his piece "Notes on the Theory of Organization", a memo prepared while he was a member of the Brownlow Committee , Luther Gulick asks rhetorically "What is the work of the chief executive? What does he do? That document explains how portions of an executive's workload may be delegated, and that some of the elements can be organized as subdivisions of the executive depending on the size and complexity of the enterprise.
Luther Gulick (social scientist)
Luther Gulick graduated from Oberlin College in and received his Ph. Gulick taught at Columbia from —, where he was appointed Eaton Professor of Municipal Science and Administration. In he had become president of its Institute of Public Administration and served until He then became its chairman and served until
LUTHER GULICK AND LYNDALL URWICK