Friday, August 14, 2015

         In twenty-first century business, science and technology, solidarity (strong unity of group members) has become of less value than efficiency. Through the forces of globalization, competition, and the demand for faster delivery of products and services, the structure of many organizations is becoming flatter, less hierarchical, more dependent on occasional consultants and specialists, more fluid, and Internet-oriented.
         Solidarity remains essential within groups which focus collective power on worker rights, social, political, economic, and environmental issues, and other causes. When the actions of all members are coordinated in unison, the group typically presents a more visible and powerful united front.

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