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Enterprise Architecture - Organizational Structure

The organizational structure is a central aspect in becoming a successful and agile market player who is fulfilling the business goals of an organization. Organizations had to realize that their goals can not be fulfilled by only adapting their systems landscape and implementing smooth business processes. Furthermore they should realize that a specific organizational structure is no “magic bullet” that can implicitly ensure the success of enterprise architecture. Organizational structure rather should be aligned with the strategy and processes of an individual organization. Structure follows process follows strategy. Alfred D. Chandler, 1969

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