Rethinking the Organisational Architecture
Issue 4, 1993

Getting the organisation right is an issue likely to preoccupy executives throughout the 1990s. This is a difficult time to work in, manage, or change a corporation. Although downsizing and restructuring have become widespread, their purpose has usually been merely to chip away at old structures and practices. Too few businesses have been guided by a clear vision of the kind of corporation they want to be when they emerge from all this turmoil.