Traditional hierarchical structures are not the most suitable formation for organisations to adopt in the globalised modern business world. While the traditional systems of command and control were robust and provided clear chains of authority, they lacked adaptability, being designed for an expected constant; very different to the environment we face now. The authority bestowed by this command structure, often resulted in the development of ineffective silo’s within business and empire building by managers. The exponential rate of change across industries, the fluidity of market preferences and expectations, coinciding with geopolitical and regional instabilities that have become the norm, demands that organisations are adaptable. Rather than maintaining traditional organisational structures, T.E.A.M.S provides organisations with a network model, where business teams operate interdependently, towards specific goals.
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