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Silos can occur in global corporations or start-up ventures with 15 employees. And no matter the size, they are detrimental to an organization’s ability to succeed in a rapidly changing world. It’s also important to note that silos can be vertical or horizontal. Individual units can have high barriers between them or senior leadership can be completely isolated from lower management levels.

A siloed organization cannot act quickly on opportunities that arise in a fast-paced business landscape, nor is it able to make productive decisions about how to change in order to seize these opportunities. Consider the following consequences of organizational silos:

Breaking Down Silos

I recently did the Q&A below with What are some risks silos pose to an organization? Life Science Leader magazine to talk about breaking down silos in an organization. Silos can arise in any firm, large or small, and are detrimental to organizational success.

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