Adaption or Extinction?

Carlsen, Anne
April 2011
Multichannel News;4/11/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 15, p31
The article focuses on business adaptation to survive the changing corporate landscape with the trends of globalization and technological development. It states that the system is becoming understaffed in revenue-generating and strategic areas and overstaffed in less critical functions with fewer workforce from the baby boomers generation. Other aspects of the corporate system that are changing include the organization chart, the organizational loyalty, and the shift towards executive demand.


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