Self-Organized Networks

Wheatley, Margaret J.
February 2008
Leadership Excellence;Feb2008, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p7
The article deals with the need for business leaders to manage and control self-organized networks within their organizations. It cites the reasons for the emergence of disengaged workers who behave like robots and struggle in organizations that are chaotic and ungovernable due to the rise of self-organized networks. It also explores the lessons that business leaders could gain from global terror networks.


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