Conway’s Law inevitably connects the architecture of an software system with the responsible delivery organization. Unfortunately, responsible persons for organizational development and architects of software systems often work in separation – especially in large enterprises. What are the negative effects of this separation and what can we do about it? In this talk Dr. Martin Strunk presents “real-world-examples” of the impact that arise from ignoring Conway`s law by decision makers. He also will propose ways, how companies might overcome and mitigate these problems.
– Teams as first-class citizens
– Design comes first, then comes the participation
– Don’t hope for emergence to solve structural problems