As agility becomes more crucial, so does business architecture – the design of an organization capable of continual change and rapid development and delivery. In a brief article for MIT Sloan Management Review, Jeanne Ross – the principal researcher at MIT’s Center for Information Systems Research – argues for agile architecture featuring empowered teams. Ross suggests mechanisms for aligning teams with organizational objectives and accommodating constant change.
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Jeanne Ross is principal research scientist for MIT’s Center for Information Systems Research.
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