New organization designs emerge continuously in highly dynamic innovation context to improve readiness to change. The adoption of self-managing teams operating cross-functionally on a bulk of products, together with the reduction of vertical layers in the organization, seems to be a common strategy for many organizations aiming to achieve higher level of efficacy and shorter lead times. Authors explore the extent to which new micro-and meso-level organizational forms contribute to the achievement of organizational efficiency, and produce secondary effects on long-term innovation goals.

The Emergence of New Organization Designs: Evidences from Self-Managed Team-Based Organizations / Annosi, Maria Carmela; Giustiniano, Luca; Brunetta, Federica; Magnusson, Mats. - (2018), pp. 255-268.

The Emergence of New Organization Designs: Evidences from Self-Managed Team-Based Organizations

GIUSTINIANO, LUCA;BRUNETTA, FEDERICA;
2018

Abstract

New organization designs emerge continuously in highly dynamic innovation context to improve readiness to change. The adoption of self-managing teams operating cross-functionally on a bulk of products, together with the reduction of vertical layers in the organization, seems to be a common strategy for many organizations aiming to achieve higher level of efficacy and shorter lead times. Authors explore the extent to which new micro-and meso-level organizational forms contribute to the achievement of organizational efficiency, and produce secondary effects on long-term innovation goals.
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organization design, agile management, Scrum
The Emergence of New Organization Designs: Evidences from Self-Managed Team-Based Organizations / Annosi, Maria Carmela; Giustiniano, Luca; Brunetta, Federica; Magnusson, Mats. - (2018), pp. 255-268.
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