Putting organizational complexity in its place – McKinsey Quarterly – Organization – Strategic Organization

Not all complexity is bad for business—but executives don’t always know what kind their company has. They should understand what creates complexity for most employees, remove what doesn’t add value, and channel the rest to employees who can handle it effectively.

Great quote “A focus on institutional complexity at the expense of the individual kind can lead to wasted effort or even organizational damage.”

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