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Jamie Dimon says bureaucracy is 'a disease' - and JPMorgan takes 5 steps to combat it

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JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon just released his annual shareholder letter.
In it, he calls bureaucracy "a disease" and outlines five ways JPMorgan seeks to combat it.
For example, the company limits internal meetings, continually rethinks standard processes, and stays self-critical.
In his latest annual shareholder letter , JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon addressed the topic of bureaucracy in large companies like his.
Bureaucracy, he wrote, is "a disease" that "drives out good people, slows down decision making, kills innovation and is often the petri dish of bad politics." See the...
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