The future of organization design
Survey for readers of the organizationdesign.org blog

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1. Ten years from now, top executives will rely on computer algorithms to find the best organizational model for their firms *
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2. Ten years from now, even large firms will have removed most of the managers and rely on self-managing teams and individuals instead *
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3. Ten years from now, the most successful firms will only have a handful of employees and rely on external partners to develop and deliver products or services *
Highly unlikely
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4. Ten years from now, computers with artificial intelligence will be held accountable for decision errors that they make *
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5. Ten years from now, the work that is still done by humans (rather than by computers or robots) will be done by teams, projects and networks, rather than by individuals working separately *
Highly unlikely
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6. Ten years from now, accountability will no longer be restricted to the individual level; there will be arrangements for holding teams and networks accountable *
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7. Ten years from now, most firms in Europe and Asia will have adopted the American model and be very similar to U.S. firms in terms of how they are led and organized *
Highly unlikely
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