Agile IT Org Design is a book that describes, for middle management and above, new ways of working (tech operating model) in order to succeed in the digital age. Enterprisers Project—a joint initiative of Harvard Business Reivew and the CIO Magazine—featured the book as a must-read in 2016. The book also featured in a digital leaders reading list thanks to a nomination from Nick Williams—Managing Director of Consumer Digital at Lloyd's Bank. You are on the companion website for the book where you'll find the latest thinking by the author in this space.

Top Content


Product-Mode organization for digital platforms

The path from project to product

Podcast on Agile Org Design

InfoQ interview

Three Principles (InformIT.com)

At martinfowler.com


Martin recommends Agile Org Design over Bimodal/Two-Speed IT.

Internals of Agile Org Design

Alignment Maps for better IT-Business alginment

ThoughtWorks Insights


Org-chart debt: A nasty off-balance-sheet liability

Scaling Agile: Problems and Solutions

Broader topics

Can GICs (Global In-House Centers) Transform For Real?

Lean isn't some new, improved, Agile

Digital Brings IT Home

Cleararchy — a mode of organization that results in a clear, accountable, outcome-oriented hierarchy of decision making.

Quick Bites


The granddaddy of shared services

Prouct-Centric or Customer-Centric?

Let's not be Agile about it