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Delayering is a term in management and corporate restructuring that refers to a planned reduction in the number of layers of a management hierarchy. It is used to reduce communication time and increase trust among the workers.
- Craig R. Littler, Retha Wiesner, Richard Dunford (2003). "The Dynamics of Delayering: Changing Management Structures in Three Countries" (– Scholar search). Journal of Management Studies 40 (2): 225–256. doi:10.1111/1467-6486.00339.[dead link]
- Wallace Immen (2006-06-28). "The benefits of 'delayering'". The Globe and Mail.
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