This paper looks at organizations at work to determine various effects on productivity. Six research‐based organizations were studied against a backdrop of dynamic impacts. After the application of several tests, the conclusion indicates that the optimal approach uses a variety of structures and elements to ensure a fluid and flexible organization able to deal with shifts in direction or impacts.
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