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Designing the Corporate Structure to Combine Small-Company Vitality with Large-Company Strength

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2 Author(s)
Tyler, Arthur W. ; TYCO, Inc., Waltham, Mass. ; Ehrenfried, Albert D.

The early leaders in corporate organization are found to be the giants of industry today. Following the move of the past decade to corporate decentralization is a new trend toward the recentralizing of management planning and specialized service. The result is a new form of corporate structure toward which both large corporations and groups of small companies can evolve. This structure appears to combine the better features of both the large and the small organization. It is made necessary by the complexity of present-day business management, and is made possible by the new technologies of electronic data processing, business communications, and high-speed transportation.

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Engineering Management, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:EM-8 ,  Issue: 3 )