Importancy of understanding your companies (changing) structure and your place
I'm looking for some scientific research about the importancy of understanding your companies structure (business units, departments, teams, squads, missions, etc) and your place in it. So understanding where you are in the company and how your surroundings look like.
Thanks for every suggestion.
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