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TRAJB – exploring the new world of work and organization

May 11th, 2009 · Comments Off · Future, Management, Networking, Organization

A new week, a new era dawns, I am participating in a new blog, where we are exploring the future of work and organization – TRAJB

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Check out this amazing source of knowledge

January 25th, 2009 · Comments Off · Books and films, Organization

The Global Organizational Design Society (phew!) has done a complete revamp of their site. It is an incredibly rich source of information. Many of the key books in the area are available for free download as well as many articles. Videos from interviews and past conference are there for viewing. 

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Why do we have Matrix organisations?

April 28th, 2008 · 3 Comments · Management, Organization

This is a response to a LinkedIn question.  Forrest Christian suggested in a comment to another post that I post my responses here as well. Those of you are LinkedIn members can read the whole question and all other answers here . My answer was: No matter how a company is organized formally, for stuff to […]

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The Matrix revisited

April 26th, 2008 · 3 Comments · Management, Organization

The matrix is an organizational mystery to me. So popular, so reviled, so dysfunctional, so often suggested by the major consultancies. My first encounter with the matrix was in the eighties when one of the major consultancies had suggested a matrix to the big international chemicals company where I was working. Fantastic product company, but […]

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Organizations, bandwidth and social networking

January 15th, 2008 · 1 Comment · Management, Organization

I have read that the human bandwidth for communicating with and perceiving the outer world that is 10- 11 Megabits per second, most of it visual. We are not conscious of most of this information flow. Consciously, we can handle 30 to 40 bits per second. This of course has implications on how we manage […]

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