Decentralize in Order to Coordinate?

It is probably not a new experience, but many projects trying to centralize organizations with the aim of more coordination and the realization of synergy effects have resulted apparently for each member of the organization in an increase of "red tape" (more paper, more external control, ...), while the promised effects are not so prominent. In a very interesting blog post Ricardo Alonso et al. summarize research results that seem to point towards an opposite strategy if coordination is paramount:


10-to-1 rule of email based project management

I found these ideas on the use of email reading the "Mind this" Blog - by Lars Plougmann. He discusses whether email is the right media to communicate important changes in a project. You should read the whole text at the link below. It got me thinking. The following is quoted from his text:

A 10-to-1 rule of email based project management


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