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Management structures and objectives

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    Oratile M.
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    Oratile M.

    Vertically structured, or "tall" companies have a chain of management, usually with a CEO at the top making decisions and then delegating authority to lower-level managers whereas Horizontal, also called flat, companies have almost no middle managers--meaning that high-level managers handle day-to-day tasks and usually interact with customers and front-line employees personally.

    Sourindra M.
    IN
    Sourindra M.

    what is the difference between flat & matrix structure

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