Survive in a Matrix Organization

ICM’s program “Survive in a Matrix Organization” is for all managers who want to improve their ability to operate in a complex organizational structure, interacting with different people who have different goals and objectives.

The program begins with some theory on the matrix context in order to ensure a balanced view and understanding of what a matrix is and moves quickly into a participative, action-learning mode to build required competence.

Pre-work: three mini-assessments


The program begins with asking participants to define the term: what is a matrix organization? What is specific to working in a matrix? What are the challenges that you do not find in a traditional organizational structure. And also, what are the benefits of a matrix in the global business environment today.


Once participants have reached an agreement on the Context, the program will provide a series of tools that will allow them to meet the needs of this complex context successfully. This includes:


Our reference book

ICM Associates Reference Book Successful Mergers, Acquisitions and Strategic Alliances: How to Bridge Corporate Cultures

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Rebound—or the Joys of Failure

by on Tuesday the 8th of March 2016

In a minute or two of trawling around LinkedIn you will be amazed at the great men who all sing the praises of failure: from Churchill to Michael Jordan; from Kennedy to Henry Ford; from James Joyce to Abraham Lincoln. On the other hand, you won’t read much about Joe Dorn, a baker in Pocatello, […]

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