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Does your organisation need to change the way it makes decisions?


There is a "profound misunderstanding" regarding the link between structure and performance, according to Marcia W. Blenko, Michael C. Mankins and Paul Rogers writing in Harvard Business Review.

They insist a corporation's structure will improve performance only if it enables key decisions to be made and executed better and faster than competitors.

Reorganisations are popular with chief executives, but the authors say: "Despite the fanfare that usually greets them, most reorganisations fall flat."

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