Linear vs Exponential Organizations

The term “Exponential Organization” was first introduced and defined in 2014 by Ismail, Michael S. Malone and Yuri van Geest in their book Exponential Organizations: Why New Organizations Are Ten Times Better, Faster, Cheaper Than Yours (and What to Do About It).

Whereas linear organizations are necessarily constrained by limited resources, exponential organizations are governed by an assumption of abundance.

The video below offers a detailed explanation. “A Exponential Organization is one whose impact (or output) is disproportionally large—at least 10x larger—compared to its peers because of the use of new organizational techniques that leverage accelerating technologies.”

 

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