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Defining a matrixed organization

Defining a matrixed organization: Managing in a Matrixed Organization
Defining a matrixed organization: Managing in a Matrixed Organization

A matrix organization is one where people have dual reporting relationships. Essentially one boss runs one area and their other boss runs another related area. These areas can be functional, geographic, or operational. Discover that the goal of a matrixed organization is to accelerate decision-making and help functional teams work more efficiently with one another.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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