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In today’s rapidly changing market environment, management and leadership have become increasingly difficult and demanding, and from the managers have been asked to fulfil more goals in increasingly short terms. Due to increasing competition, the companies need to optimise their businesses. Each day the new tools, methods and approaches arise that allow for increasing business efficiency and profitability.
One such approach is also focused on the business processes, the symbol of modern doing business. Since this era does not belong to the era of the great inventions, but technological progress is more ‘cosmetic’ and commercially oriented, the only difference is possible to draw if you constantly keep with the training and posses good reflexes. Today win those who can manage with the cycles of procurement and implementation of information’s, services, materials and products during the shortest period of time. One of such approaches is also aforementioned orientation on business processes that today require such decisions which have to be taken at the level of work i.e. the occurrence of the problems, because the competition destroys organisations that think they have the ability to make decisions managing through a deep hierarchy.
The company should be organised in such a way that allows the vertical and horizontal flow of information’s necessary for the achievement of organisational goals.
If we want to understand the important concept in, above all, traditional, classical organisations, and also in all other forms of organisations – is the understanding of hierarchy. The hierarchy gives them structure which is a form of a protection that keeps them away from the dangers of the outside world.
Any model would hardly survive without the organisation, but the hierarchy becomes shallower, and the most successful practices are even completely lean or the vertical organisation adopted Think-Do-Feel-Innovate model, and sets a completely new view of the management itself.