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The Self-Managing Team Organizational Paradigm

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The Self-managing Team Organizational Paradigm (SMTOP) is a leadership and organizational structure that embraces emotional intelligence and individuals' work preferences. The model was developed with a combination of several existing models (Compound Model) and is a type of hybrid structure. With guiding principles from the Boundaryless Organizational Design, the Simple Structure Organizational Design, and Congregations model, this model is a Communications Paradigm that serves to bring out the best in the organization by investing time up front in exchange for future efficiencies. Explain the model's design based on the model, its implications for leaders and followers, literature review and gaps, and the ethical considerations.

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This is a newly developed organizational paradigm called The Self-Managing Team Organizational Paradigm. The model is a combination of several existing models (Compound Model) and is a type of hybrid structure.

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