This case raises questions about the management control in (1) a matrix organization, (2) a project-oriented organization, (3) a professional organization, and (4) a research / development organization. The focus is on a specific project, but the experience can be used with this project to generalize about management control in all of the above circumstances.

This case raises questions about the management control in (1) a matrix organization, (2) a project-oriented organization, (3) a professional organization, and (4) a research / development organization. The focus is on a specific project, but the experience can be used with this project to generalize about management control in all of the above circumstances.
«Hide

from
David W. Young,
Robert N. Anthony
Source: The Crimson Group
9 sides.
Release Date: 8 October 2012. Prod #: TCG253-PDF-ENG
Omega Research Institute HBR case solution

[related_post themes="flat"]