Businesses are gradually being chained by a number of forces so ubiquitous and accepted by all of us, that we fail to notice their impact on businesses, economies, and people. Today, most organizations become veritable bureaucracies as they grow bigger. Every person sits inside his/her own department and is very careful about making sure that their department doesn’t carry the blame if there is a mix-up. Covering the tracks becomes the norm. The resulting departmental silos create stilted communication.
Departmental Silos: The Achilles Heel of Your Company
TIME TO READ
January 8, 2019
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