Definition: a Matrix Organization is an organizational structure that is matrix-shaped. It has 2 axes, rather than a pyramid-shape such as is the case in a traditional organizational hierarchy. Besides the vertical authority, a MO has some form of horizontal or lateral authority, influence, or communication.
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