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Unformatted text preview: did not have the same use of telephones and no use of computers so almost everything was done either through face to face communication, writing, or by mail. Organizations a century ago were usually close knit communities or families and they were more personable. These days’ people are hired by their experience or education more than by whom they are or who they know. Usually people with technological experience have a greater chance getting these jobs than someone without the proper education or experience. Over the last century our technology has grown greatly, helping formal organizations to not only grow themselves but to be more efficient and more organized....
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- Spring '09
- Management, Informal organization, Rob Fralick