Causes of Failure in Network Organizations Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Forecasts problems that the new network organizations face as a result of management actions that inadvertently damage their operational capabilities. Considered administrative errors that have plagued and continue to pursue the previously functional, divisional and matrix form of organization, the actions that are most likely to limit the network structure. Analyzing the predictable mistakes as they begin to occur, the authors hope to help managers avoid these problems, and not become victims of them. "Hide
by Raymond E. Miles, Charles C. Snow Source: California Management Review 20 pages. Publication Date: July 1, 1992. Prod. #: CMR038-PDF-ENG

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