On the concept of flexibility: A dual control perspective

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Leeuw, A. C J ; Volberda, Henk (1996)

textabstractOrganizational flexibility has recently received much attention from researchers, management consultants and practitioners. In general, the term 'flexibility' has a positive connotation: flexible organizations are the better ones. However, the meaning of fle... View more
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