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Mondragon’s Amorphous Network Structure

  • 1.  Mondragon’s Amorphous Network Structure

    Posted 09-05-2018 22:26

    Organizational Dynamics (OD) has started something new (at least it is new since the last time that I published in it). For the next 50 days (until October 25th), anyone can download the final version of the article that my colleagues and I did entitled, Mondragon's Amorphous Network Structure: "Making the whole truly greater than the sum of its parts" Mondragon is one of the biggest employee-owned, employee-governed, employee-empowered enterprises in the world. OD has created a Share Link – a personalized URL providing the article. Anyone clicking on this link before October 25, 2018 will be taken directly to the final version of the article on ScienceDirect, from which you are welcome to read or download. No sign up, registration or fees are required.

    The Share Link:


    Please feel free to pass this along to any that you think might be interested.






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  • 2.  RE: Mondragon’s Amorphous Network Structure

    Posted 09-06-2018 09:45

    Thank you (and Science Direct) for making the article available. I visited Mondragon as part of my doctoral program-such a memorable experience. Look forward to reading Mondragon's Amorphous Network Structure ...


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  • 3.  RE: Mondragon’s Amorphous Network Structure

    Posted 09-10-2018 20:40

    Excellent article. Thank you for sharing!


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