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What fluctuates are the order and disorder themselves, what fluctuates is their proximity, what fluctuate are their relationship to and penetration of one another. (Serres 1995a: 131) The irony…is that while universities become more like companies, companies are trying to become more like universities. Computer companies rechristen their headquarters campuses. Consultancies publish learned journals and organise research projects. The explosive growth of executive education means that professors have to be able to hold their own with practising managers.
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The third reason is the renewed emphasis on fallibility. The transmission of information and knowledge is usually noisy and incomplete and decisionmaking can be organized in different ways which can amplify or diminish effects of this noise and incompleteness. Thus, one of the reasons why nonhierarchical organizations have become more popular in business is because they are more likely to give bad decisions a second chance to be rectified. The fourth reason is the increasing emphasis on learning in businesses, and most especially on learning-by-doing, as a means of maximizing an organization’s potential.