Why matrix organizations can be good places to work

05/14/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

There are advantages and disadvantages to working within a matrix organizational model, where a worker is accountable to more than one boss. The downside is that too many managers can become overly bureaucratic and stifling. The plus side is that such structures excel at customer focus. Priscilla Claman, president of Career Strategies, offers several areas to consider when applying for jobs with this type of management.

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