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By Jatinder N.D. Gupta, Sushil K. Sharma, Mohammad Abdur Rashid

The development of computing and verbal exchange applied sciences have profoundly sped up the advance and deployment of complicated firm structures, growing an value in its implementation throughout company and commercial businesses world wide. The guide of study on company platforms addresses the sphere of company structures with extra breadth and intensity than the other source, overlaying revolutionary applied sciences, best theories, and complicated functions. With articles written via specialist authors from world wide, this exhaustive selection of hugely constructed learn extends the sector of company structures to supply libraries an unequalled reference.

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The following two sections demonstrate the approach. The last section wraps up the chapter with some concluding remarks.  LIT Enterprises able to respond efficiently to change are characterized by different terms in the literature, such as flexible organizations, agile enterprises, adaptive enterprises, sense-andrespond enterprises, and less often, intelligent enterprises. The term flexible organization is introduced by Leeuw and Volberda (Leeuw and Volberda, 1996) who describe organizational flexibility through synonyms such as mobility, responsiveness, agility, suppleness and litheness.

The way an enterprise is organised, affects the efficiency of decision making, as well as of activity coordination and execution. Agility in the organizational structure is translated into the willingness to reconsider roles, role hierarchy and policies and to move on to changes if necessary, even radical ones, in order to improve company’s operation and ensure thus competitiveness. Also, a company’s operation is largely depended on the way departments collaborate, as it is quite common that an enterprise comprises several cooperating departments.

These “to-be” processes may not “fit” within the “as-is” scenarios (in customer terms) that are bound by systems which may not be replaced by the SAP solution. This alignment requires considerable additional modeling and analysis outside of the solution architecture. Further alignment of the end-to-end business processes to the SAP solution’s predefined business processes is required to develop a new “to-be” scenario, as well as a “transition” architecture that “fits” organizational requirements.

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