Austin, Texas (PRWEB) August 20, 2013
The Matrix Management Institute today announced its official formation, and the launch of Matrix Management 2.0™ (MM 2.0™), a new and robust technology for managing a matrix organization.
More flexible than the vertical approach organizations have used for the past 50 years, MM 2.0 is a new way to lead and manage matrix organizations that can improve operational speed and performance. It offers a modern approach to managing cross-functionality, breaking down vertical silos and enabling leaders to lead without authority, while providing best practices for creating a culture of success.
“Forget everything you thought you knew about matrix management,” said Paula Martin, founder of the Matrix Management Institute. “Our new MM 2.0 Operating System (OS) provides the most up-to-date system on the market, and it shifts vertical management to the horizontal dimension—the dimension that executes business strategy and focuses on customers, products, processes and suppliers.”
Organizations that want to evaluate whether or not the new Matrix Management 2.0 OS is right for their company can find out quickly by taking a “One-Minute Matrix Assessment” on the institute’s website at http://matrixmanagementinstitute.com/one-minute-matrix-assessment.
The Matrix Management Institute also offers a free eBook that demonstrates how a company stuck in Vertical Management 1.0 can shift the organization to a better and more up-to-date management approach. You can download Matrix Management Reinvented: Book 1-The New Game in Town at http://matrixmanagementinstitute.com/learning/book-1-new-game-in-town.
About the Matrix Management Institute:
The Matrix Management Institute offers a variety of services and programs to help organizations from every sector make the shift to the new MM 2.0 OS, and help leaders manage horizontally using accountability instead of relying on authority. Organization restructuring, Matrix Management 2.0 maturity assessment, senior leader kick-off sessions, organizational development training and matrix project management are all designed to help an organization shift its focus from the vertical dimension to the horizontal where business actually runs, and where everyone is aligned with the external customer.