Konstruksi Organisasi melalui Perspektif Collaborative Governance
Keywords:collaborative governance, forum, hybrid, organization
Systematic Literature Review aims to carry out organizational construction according to collaborative governance. The organizational structure of collaborative governance is hybrid. Forums can be networked or virtual, even though the secretariat is accommodated in an adhoc structure. In public sector organizations, governmental organizations replicatively use line and staff structures. In private sector organizations, a company may use a functional, divisional, matrix, network, or virtual structure. In the organizational structure of collaborative governance, the important elements in designing an organization, including the division of labor, departmentalization, chain of command, span of control, decision-making models, and formalization, really depend on the organizational structure whether it is adhoc, network, or virtual.
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