The Marshall Model of Organisational Evolution

Ad-hoc organisations are characterised by a belief that there is little practical value in paying attention to the way things get done, and therefore few attempts are made to define how the work works, or to give any attention to improving the way regular tasks are done, over time. The Ad-hoc mindset says that if there's work to be done, just get on and do it - don't think about how it's to be done, or how it may have been done last time

Provided by: falling blossoms Topic: Project Management Date Added: Oct 2010 Format: PDF

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