Reciprocal interdependence

Reciprocal interdependence,

Definition of Reciprocal interdependence:

  1. A cyclical situation where the output of one organizational division is regularly used as the input of another organizational division. When used in a business context, reciprocal interdependence means that affected corporate divisions need to communicate and interface closely with each other.

Meaning of Reciprocal interdependence & Reciprocal interdependence Definition