Parkinson's law

Definitions

Banking

  • noun
    (written as Parkinson’s law)
    a law, based on wide experience, that in business the amount of work increases to fill the time available for it. The principle is named after the book written in 1958 by C. Northcote Parkinson.

Commerce

  • noun a law, based on wide experience, that in business the amount of work increases to fill the time available for it. The principle is named after the book written in 1958 by C. Northcote Parkinson.

Economics

  • noun a law, based on wide experience, that in business as in government the amount of work increases to fill the time available for it
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