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We fought Conaway's law and the law won

Conway's law says systems, software, and wetware, end up shaped like the organizational structure that designed them or that they are designed for.  Organizations understand this at some level. Much of the corporate re-organization efforts are fed by people trying to change the corporate structure to push closer together the people creating a new paradigm or system.  The other main approach is to live with the partitioning that aligns with the organizational structure allowing any global redundancy or other inefficiencies.Video

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