simple structure

simple structure

an ORGANIZATION where the formal structure is in a rudimentary state, with few rules and regulations to govern how work is done or AUTHORITY exercised. Small organizations in their early stages of development often take this form.
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The three kindergartens are strung together in a simple structure of brickwork and wooden element construction.
The new circuit has a simple structure: it only performs a fixed number of operations on each qubit.
Through its deceptively simple structure, A Key to Treehouse Living creates a portrait of a compelling, perceptive adolescentA who keeps slipping through society's cracks, either due to circumstances or of his own volition.
In the simple structure that houses the centre's exhibits of vintage rail stock, visitors are able to view both restored carriages and trucks at first hand, as well as to watch simple restoration work such as painting, to keep the exhibits looking at their best.
Bernd Scheifele noted, "Our model is based on the most advanced vertical integration, a simple structure focused on three core business lines and a de-centralized, lean organization with strong local teams.
This community-operated restaurant is a simple structure with tables on a raised platform, a thatched roof and open on all sides for views of the forest and the creek.
This beautiful, yet simple structure symbolises all that and more.
A British blogger has captured the ultimate cure for the modern world, a sofa in a simple structure facing the beautiful blue sea just before sunset in Hualien.
Overall, we're amazed that our simple structure protected our plants so well.
Created with the consumer in mind, each lift has an adjustable top with a simple structure, achieving a Mopec standard in efficiency.
TED Talks were founded in 1984 and the speeches given follow a simple structure -- speakers are given 18-minutes to speak about any topic under the sun.
C'est une simple structure continue, a precise la meme source.