Designing Matrix Organizations That Actually Work: How IBM, Proctor & Gamble and Others Design for Success

Galbraith, Jay R.

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Éditeur
Jossey Bass Wiley
Pages
272
Parution
décembre 2008
Format
Cartonné
Langue
Anglais
Dimensions
236 × 162 × 24 cm
EAN
9780470316313
  • Résumé

Organization structures do not fail, says Jay Galbraith, but management fails at implementing them correctly. This is why, he explains, the idea that the matrix does not work still exists today, even among people who should know better. But the matrix has become a necessary form of organization in today's business environment.
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