Without organisational progress, technological progress is idle.

While in the past, departments and IT were often considered separately and optimised for themselves, the combination of department, IT and organisation is necessary to reflect technological progress. 
Organisational models that recognise and take into account technological development are well known. The steady advance of agile methods has already brought about a constant reflection on working environment in many organisations. 
Agile methods recognise that complexity does not decrease, but must be managed effectively so that companies and organisations can deal with changing framework conditions. Organisational development here ensures that people and areas in complex corporate structures are enabled to work together successfully.
The use of suitable frameworks is important here, but mostly a downstream discussion, as it requires a fundamental paradigm shift from previously often classic structures. Agile should be seen as a vehicle for responding to a constantly changing market.  
The necessary flexibility and the handling of significant uncertainties can be accompanied and ensured by strategically designed organisational development. 

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