This book answers the question for the matrix organization. Matrix management is more than “dotted-line” relationships or “sharing staff.” It’s about the roles, rules, and tools required for success. This book spells out the design of the matrix organization; and discusses implementation strategies; and reviews the common pitfalls and ways to overcome them. Real-life examples on the use of matrix management in business and government sectors are detailed. Business sector examples include manufacturing, research and development and information-technology.
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Published October 15, 2010
by Infinity Publishing.
Business & Economics.