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Definitions of MATRIX ORGANIZATION
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The horizontal flow of skills and information moves easily through this type of organizational structure. The management of large projects or product development processes uses this type of structure. Employees come from different functional disciplines as team resources, yet stay in their respective day-to-day positions.
By Henry Campbell Black