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A business workshop focusing on matrix management will take place in Hertfordshire on Tuesday 19 June.

The one-day event - operating under the title “Why do we have matrix management and how can we make it work?” - will take place at Ashridge Business School in Berkhamsted.

Matrix management is where an individual has two reporting superiors, one functional and one operational. This regularly occurs in project management where an engineer reports to the chief engineer functionally, but reports to the project manager on operational project issues.

Matrix management is common place and this short course will explore different forms of matrix structure, why they exist and how managers within these structures can be effective.

Leading the workshop will be Andrew Campbell and Kevan Hall.

Campbell is director of Ashridge Strategic Management Centre, programme director of Advanced Organisation Design and author of “Designing Effective Organisations”.

Meanwhile, Hall is CEO of Global Integration, a consulting and training organisation that specialises in matrix management, virtual teams and global working. He is the author of Speed Lead – faster, simpler ways to manage people, projects and teams in complex companies.

The workshop runs from 9.30am to 4pm, and costs £250. There are only limited spaces available, so to book your place contact Melinda Pooley on 0207 404 0032.

To contact Global Integration call:

USA and Americas: +1 (415) 848 2995

Singapore and Asia/Pacific: +65 6832 5603

Europe and Rest of World/central offices: +44 118 932 8912

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