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boundaryless organization

boundaryless organization  

An organization in which there has been a concerted attempt by managers to break down (1) the internal barriers that separate different levels in the hierarchy, different functions (e.g. ...
broadbanding

broadbanding  

Adoption of an organizational pay structure that consists of a small number of broad pay ‘bands’, usually four or five in total. This allows greater scope for rewarding individual employees on the ...
business process re-engineering

business process re-engineering  

(BPR);An approach to the restructuring of organizations that seeks to introduce a fundamental and radical reassessment of the organizational processes. Rather than adjusting or improving on existing ...
empowerment

empowerment  

Is the process of passing on authority to make decisions to others in the organization. It requires all employees to take responsibility for the quality of their work, and act in the best interest of ...
grade

grade  

A grouping of jobs with equivalent demands which are offered the same rate or range of pay. Jobs are often allocated to grades through a formal process of job evaluation, which can be used to ...
unorganization

unorganization  

An approach to organizational design that aims to maximize a company's flexibility by dismantling most of its formal structures and processes. In practice this will usually mean delayering of ...

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