1990 Business Week named Appex Corp. the quickest growing high-technology company within the US. Appex provided management human resources and inter-company network services to mobile companies. Throughout its rapid growth, the organization experienced several structural changes. In the beginning, there is basically no structure with no control systems. The climate at Appex eventually grew to become chaotic. Because the new CEO, Shikhar Ghosh recognized that Appex needed some structure and paperwork. Once control was established, he reasoned, he could start to break lower the dwelling. A lot of the structural change he implemented had pros and cons when it comes to company culture and productivity. In 1991, Appex was acquired by EDS. Appex's challenge now was to sort out its very own structure poor its role like a division of a big, bureaucratic organization.
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