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Systems Decoupled from Structure - Emerging Trends In Corporate Structure

   Posted On :  18.05.2018 12:43 am

Most organization structures are quasi-permanent. They stay in place for many years.

Systems Decoupled from Structure
 
 
Most organization structures are quasi-permanent. They stay in place for many years. It is not surprising that most of the systems that help “ manage” the company –compensation, promotion, accounting, communication, and planning, to mention a few – are fitted to the structure of the organization.
 
If flexible structures such as adhocracy and fewer levels of management evolve, the supporting systems will have to stand alone. Promotions must be more than movements between slots in units and levels. Compensation must be linked to more than unit-related criteria. The key will be tailoring the systems to individuals rather than to organization units. Systems generally exist today to protect the company from human error. Systems of the future must enhance innovation which necessitates systems to decouple from structures and serve to enhance individual initiative, not limit it.

 

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