Edited by Christopher Ansell and Jacob Torfing
Chapter 10: Heterarchy
New virtual forms of connection wrought by a digital imperative challenge the established organizational classification schema. This schema is composed of networks, markets and hierarchy. Heterarchy is a precise amalgamation of networks and hierarchies and has emerged in twenty-first-century social phenomena. This organizational structure is a logical extension of existing structural theory and therefore presents an opportunity to expand organizational taxonomies and research.
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