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The Office Hierarchy Is Officially Dead

A majority of organizations have ditched top-down management for a network of teams, a new study finds.

After predictions of its demise, the traditional office structure is crumbling. Only 38 percent of companies in a recent survey say they are "functionally organized." For large companies with more than 50,000 employees, that number shrinks to 24 percent. 

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