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  1. 1. Matrix Organisations One Day Workshop 19 June 2012, 09.30 – 16.30 Ashridge Business School, Berkhamsted, Herts HP4 1NS With Andrew Campbell and Kevan Hall One-Day Workshop Why do we have matrix management and how can we make it work? Most organisations have some elements of a matrix. Global companies have geographic and product overlaps. Companies with branded products have conflicts between brand managers and market sector or channel managers. Sales forces have tensions between key account managers and regional sales people. Functions, like HR and Finance, have matrix structures where ‘business partners’ report to businesses and to the central function. Even organisations structured into simple business units have central functions that impose policies and services on the decentralised units. Matrix management is common place. This one-day workshop will explore different forms of matrix structure, why they exist and how managers within these structures can be effective. More details at www.ashridge.org.uk/matrixorganisations Andrew Campbell is Director of Ashridge Strategic Management Centre, programme director of Advanced Organisation Design and author of “Designing Effective Organisations” and numerous articles and books on organisation and strategy. Kevan Hall is CEO of Global Integration, a consulting and training organization that specializes in matrix management, virtual teams and global working. Kevan runs his own global business with hubs in UK, USA and Hong Kong and works with major multinationals world-wide. He is the author of Speed Lead® – faster, simpler ways to manage people, projects and teams in complex companies. £250 - Limited enrollment - Sign up now!Contact Melinda Pooley (0)207 404 0032 or Melinda.Pooley@ashridge.org.uk

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