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Rebirth of the corporation by Daniel Quinn…

Rebirth of the corporation

by Daniel Quinn Mills

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Modern technology and changing economics are forcing corporations away from traditional hierarchial management models. A new model is arising: the cluster organization, which imaginatively combines individual initiative with teamwork and is a workable alternative to the Japanese emphasis on the group (Theory Z). The cluster organization reflects basic changes in decision rules and in the number and role of managers. A ``cluster'' comprises people drawn from different disciplines who work together to complete a mission, and who handle administrative functions themselves--its purpose is to create and exploit competitive advantage. Shows how to develop a cluster in an organization, and contains real-life examples of cluster organization in different industries.

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