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  1. kissholic


    I work at an Asian branch of multinational company.

    The company is going through organizational redesign in different branches of different cultures.

    My boss was talking about it when he used the expression 'flat-structured'
    What he said was that "we are flat-structured. This organization has flatten out"

    What does "flat-structured" mean?


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    Re: "flat-structured"

    In traditional management, the structure is hierarchical with the workers at the bottom and the senior management at the top, each level reporting to the one above.

    In flat structured management, the work is carried out by teams who operate together and who are responsible for their actions, reporting to senior managers.


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