A honeycomb is a natural wonder, and so is a company that is structured to serve not only its customers, but also its employees.

Executives and unit managers need the wisdom and energy of bees as they design corporate structures. A honeycomb is a matrix, and without that intricate configuration there would be no honey. The little insects work feverishly to build the weave of cells, but it's inside these tiny wax chambers that they secrete and store honey—along with baby bees and the pollen that is part of a bee's diet.

No infrastructure, no honeycomb; no honeycomb, no honey. It's that simple—and complex.

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