Dual Operating System

   

Definition: Dual Operating System is in modern organizations the combination of a hierarchy to take care of business and the network to respond quickly to change and opportunities. Both "operating systems" work side-by-side and are necessary to sustain the business. This is not a question of "either/or" but "both/and".
The term was coined by John Kotter.


   
   

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