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Harvard Business ReviewDon't Let Outdated Management Structures Kill Your CompanyHarvard Business ReviewThis company operates on a hub-and-spoke management structure, where significant decisions are referred to one's formal boss rather than to whoever is best suited to make the call, regardless of hierarchical positioning. The management structure gave ... read whole article



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