10+ Types of Organizational Failure
John Spacey, updated on May 22, 2023
Organizational failure is a significant inefficiency, misdeed, strategic misstep or failure to manage risk that results in the deterioration or collapse of an organization. Where small failures can be the sign of a healthy business that is exploring and pushing boundaries, organizational failure is a large or chronic problem that threatens an organization's reputation and existence. The following are common types of organizational failure.
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