The geometry of governance? Why shapes matter in culture

Encouraging lateral and downward engagement

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Shapes matter when it comes to good corporate governance. Shapes impact the linear and non-linear pathways of decision-making.

For example, in autocracy the shape is a simple single line between boss and worker and it flows just one way. This is fine as long as everyone agrees with the boss. At the other end of the spectrum,...

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