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Technology-as-a-Service Playbook - Chapter 4: Stressing Traditional Organization Structures

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Organizational leaders rightly ask the fair question “What does the changing market trends and business model conditions mean for my organization? And who should own what?”  There’s much debate about this topic about what, when and how to adapt to optimize for XaaS in pursuit of scale and profits.

This chapter from Technology-as-a-Service Playbook is called Stressing Traditional Organizational Structures. It  provides food for thought on how profitable XaaS organizations might look and behave differently from traditional tech organizations.  This is also relevant for born-in-the-cloud companies because most organization structures still look like traditional tech companies. The key topics addressed are:

  • Traditional technology supplier organizational structure
  • Drivers for change
  • Capabilities assessment
  • Wave 1 and wave 2 moves
  • Timing

Authored By:

Thomas Lah

Executive Director, TSIA

JB Wood

President and CEO, TSIA

Publish Date: February 20, 2019

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