Vertical Organization

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Vertical Organization

An organization in which one manager has authority over others. For example, one manager may be assigned to human resources, a second to operations, and a third to accounting, but all three must answer to the company president.
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It doesn't function like the old cartels or the guerrilla groups, which are solid and vertical organizations. The second problem is its capacity for corruption.
More than 5,000 customers worldwide - including enterprises, service providers, government and vertical organizations in healthcare, finance, insurance and education - rely on Array to provide anytime, anywhere secure and optimized application access.
NEC, a leading provider and integrator of advanced communications solutions, continues to offer advanced unified communications for businesses and vertical organizations that meet business process improvement needs.
For example, Smart Cube appliances fit well into the infrastructure of vertical organizations deploying ERP (enterprise resource planning) software for the first time, he said.
More than 1,000 customers worldwide including enterprises, service providers, government and vertical organizations in healthcare, finance, insurance and education rely on Array to provide anytime, anywhere secure and optimized access.
As we noted at the outset, we are not arguing for the wholesale replacement of vertical organizations by horizontal ones.
With traditional vertical organizations, the picture is already in focus.
Vertical organizations can inhibit the process of getting decision-making power down to the line employee.
In many corporations, the vertical organization structure creates barriers that can restrict movement of new ideas and hamper the elimination of paradigms.
Example: one resource scheduling system will help improve access across all vertical organizations. Decision support and consistency of data definitions will enable comparative reporting for outcomes across all settings of care.
They were entirely vertical organizations." Thus a car division would design a new model, Fisher Body would then engineer it, and finally GMAD would assemble it - without anyone ever talking to each other.
Does vertical organization affect pricing in the U.S.
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