Definition

Ambidextrous Organization

 Organization structure most notable for its lack of structure wherein knowledge and getting it to the right place quickly is the key reason for organization . Managers become knowledge “nodes” through which intricate networks of personal relationships- inside and outside the formal organization- are constantly, and often informally, coordinated to bring together relevant know-how and successful action.

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