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...................................................... refers to the way an organisation designs its hierarchy of authority and creates reporting relationships to link organisational roles and subunits.
Vertical differentiation refers to the way an organisation designs its hierarchy of authority and creates reporting relationships to link organisational roles and subunits.
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Vertical differentiation refers to the way an organisation designs its hierarchy of authority and creates reporting relationships to link organisational roles and subunits.
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