Finally, Saaty (2004) proposed Analytic Network Process (ANP) for all cases, which contain both hierarchical and nonhierarchical
element interactions but with that methodology the proved hierarchy would have been lost again.
The AANP believes that team-based care is best thought of as a multidisciplinary, nonhierarchical
collaborative centered around a patient's needs," the group wrote in an accompanying editorial in Annals.
research policies have in common is that they shun the linear model and attempt to coordinate diverse sets of scientists and engineers from across institutions, disciplines, and sectors to address difficult socioeconomic problems requiring nonhierarchical
discovery and invention.
Federal systems are at base nonhierarchical
and best thought of as power-sharing arrangements in which neither order of government controls the other.
Fortunately, information networks today are undisciplining the archive by way of the nonhierarchical
organizational logic its netizens are drawn to employ.
To reap the full benefits of social media, the authors of the McKinsey Global study urge companies to "become more open and nonhierarchical
and to create a culture of trust.
I must be reminded that I can be a leader in the nonhierarchical
church by way of advocacy and marginal faith communities.
including his nonhierarchical
view of the church, with which I think many contemporary theologians would agree, and his unabashed espousal of universalism in which all will be reconciled and hell itself will be destroyed (57, 141-42), with which many may disagree.
This is especially important given the nonhierarchical
nature of Islam.
The authors recommend a radical departure from the traditional command-and-control structures and policies often found in the business world: setting employees free to use their initiative and risk-taking instincts in a trusting, nonhierarchical
The PPR doesn't just " fuel the dream of a post- oil society," it is also a wonderfully levelling and nonhierarchical
mode of transport with tremendous possibilities for a city like Delhi.
Gail O'Day notes the significance of this metaphor, which she calls "radically nonhierarchical
," for in it, "no branch has pride of place" and "all branches are equal before God.