—By Seth Setevenson
It means introducing inefficiency, as each decision gets slowly passed up the chain for approval.
In a hierarchical organization, decisions get made at the top of that chain by the people with the least connection to the facts on the ground.
Meanwhile, the folks at the bottom, in the heart of the action, feel no agency over their work. In short: mo’ bosses, mo’ problems. So why not get rid of the management structure altogether?
A few workplaces have done exactly that.
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