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A 2by2 on Team types (aka Team Topologies)

Updated: May 17

I find that most companies that I work with as a consultant in Denmark will be organized around the left side of the model - either a specialized department approach (think: Specialized Development teams, Operation teams, DBA teams) or end-to-end teams organized around a product line or value-streams if you like.


I like the simplicity of the model, which can serve as a starting point for an organizational discussion around how to structure teams optimally for speed and rapid changing requirements.


Leave a note if this model resonates with your organization or clients, that you know of.


Inspiration from "Team topologies" by Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais and the teamm, they

have a linkedIn page at:

https://www.linkedin.com/company/team-topologies for anyone interested.

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