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Alvin Toffler noted in his book Future Shock that adhocracies will get more common and are likely to replace bureaucracy in the near future. He also wrote that they will most often come in form of a temporary structure, formed to resolve a given problem and dissolved afterwards. An example are cross-department task forces.
Wikipedia is an example of Adhocracy to some degree, as decisions are usually made by whomever happens to be present.
- Adhocracy by Robert H. Waterman, Jr. (ISBN 0393310841)
- Future Shock by Alvin Toffler (ISBN 0553277375)
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