New paper on resilient organizational design

The paper “Building Resilient Organizations: The Roles of Top-Down vs. Bottom-Up Organizing” examines how different organizational structures affect resilience to environmental disruptions. Through an agent-based model, it compares top-down and bottom-up designs, highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of each in adapting to changes.

The study is noteworthy for its acceptance in the Springer book “Advances in Social Simulation,” part of the Springer Proceedings in Complexity series, edited by Corinna Elsenbroich and Harko Verhagen. This inclusion underlines the paper’s relevance in the field of organizational studies and its contribution to understanding organizational dynamics in a changing world.

You can access the paper here.