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Organizational Design

Organizational design considerations, such as the use of centralisation versus decentralisation and formal versus informal structures, are based on a host of factors.

At the Centre, we study the reciprocal influences of organizational strategy, formal organizational systems and processes, organizational culture, and organizational structure, all for the purpose of understanding how to build more effective organizations.

Select COPMM publications:

Adler, R.W. (2019) “Amoeba Management and Organizational Ambidexterity: Similarities, Differences, and Implications for organizational fit and success,” International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management.

Adler R.W “Performance Management and Organization Strategy: How to Design Systems that Meet the Needs of Confrontation Strategy Firms,” British Accounting Review, forthcoming.

Adler, R.W. and Hiromoto, T. “Kyocera's Use of Amoeba Management as a Performance Management System: Why it Works,” Amoeba Management Conference, 8 October 2009, Kyoto, Japan.

Adler, R.W. and Hiromoto, T. “Amoeba Management: Who Else Can Benefit from Adopting this Kyocera-developed Management Innovation?” Working Paper, University of Otago.

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