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A matrix organization employs a structure that uses functional managers, or, in other words, managers who lead groups of employees that have similar roles. In a silo style organization, workers with specific skills (such as typing or engineering) are placed under a single functional manager. This manager will usually control all administrative and managerial functions of the group such as promotions and holiday leave. The manager is general someone who is expert or at least has senior understanding of the groups function.
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