What is The Law Of Diminishing Firms?

According to the so-called ‘Law of Diminishing Firms, the Laws of Moore and Metcalfe have rapidly increased each other’s enforcement. With an important impact on for instance how corporates have to be organised and reorganised to survive the Covid-19 and any other crisis.

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What is the Law Of Diminishing Firms?

The Law Of Diminishing Firms states that companies can become smaller and smaller by using ICT and transform themselves from a traditional corporate hierarchical organisation into a virtual organisation.

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Large traditional companies have often ageing and expensive technology infrastructure that keeps them from adopting new hardware, new software and standards at the required speed of the developments in the online platform economy around them and different customers they are servicing themselves. One of the best ways to to that is to design and implement hybrid working, remote working and remote managing. Learn how to do that with this toolbox:

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If you want to learn how to define and implement the best corporate survival strategy for your corporate and transform it fast and just-in-time into a virtual organisation using ICT, please do not hesitate to call me on Skype on tony.de.bree, on 06-34387806 or email me here.

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