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 Similarly, with the transition of power from capital to the technostructure,​ the primary motivational force has shifted from compensation to the combination of identification and adaptation. ​ Considering that the reverence for the value of compulsion has not yet died, the task of convincing economists that compensation has given way to new motives within a substantial part of the economy will not be easy.  Yet, within the technostructure,​ this has already happened to a striking and decisive degree. Similarly, with the transition of power from capital to the technostructure,​ the primary motivational force has shifted from compensation to the combination of identification and adaptation. ​ Considering that the reverence for the value of compulsion has not yet died, the task of convincing economists that compensation has given way to new motives within a substantial part of the economy will not be easy.  Yet, within the technostructure,​ this has already happened to a striking and decisive degree.
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 The traditional view of the power hierarchy within a corporation runs something like that depicted in Figure 1. The traditional view of the power hierarchy within a corporation runs something like that depicted in Figure 1.
  
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 Figure 1: Traditional view of Corporate Hierarchy Figure 1: Traditional view of Corporate Hierarchy
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