matrix personnel

18:04 Dec 29, 1999
English to German translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: matrix personnel
unfortunately, there is no context. I understand a matrix system in business is a non-hierarchical system, but is there a specific term for employees in such a system?
Thanks for your help!
Dorothee Racette
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Ilse Hawes
naMaternpersonal
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naMatrixpersonal
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2 hrs
Matrixpersonal


Explanation:
"matrix management" (matrix organization) is "Matrixmanagement" (Matrixorganisation). The explanation is as follows: Members have dual allegiance: Line and middle managers are required to report to a number of different bosses, depending on where they work and what they do; pioneered by Dow Chemical in the 1960s).

Source: Schäfer Wirtschaftswörterbuch

Usage in your sentence seems to be equivalent.


xxxKristina M
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4 hrs
Maternpersonal


Explanation:
as in a foundation. Latin origin "Mater" (womb)= personell working together as in a 'mould' - which gives their interactions a common purpose.

Ilse Hawes
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4 hrs
Maternpersonal


Explanation:
as in a foundation. Latin origin "Mater" (womb)= personell working together as in a 'mould' - which gives their interactions a common purpose.

Ilse Hawes
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