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A consequence of this organizational complexity is an increase in the amount of coordination required to make progress. Given the subdivision into specialized teams, any work to improve the overall product will necessarily involve multiple teams. For example, the task of adding a recommendations widget may spawn work for the web, iOS, and Android client teams, the creation of a new batch job to be built and maintained by the analytics team, and a new API endpoint to be added by an application services team. The burden imposed by this need for top-down, product-oriented coordination is part of what motivates the widespread criticism of “big companies”.
Coordinating technological change in large software organizations

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