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organization man

n
1. a person who subordinates his personal life to the demands of the organization he works for
2. a person who specializes in or is good at organization
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Noun1.organization man - an employee who sacrifices his own individuality for the good of an organizationorganization man - an employee who sacrifices his own individuality for the good of an organization
employee - a worker who is hired to perform a job
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