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Masque_bete_79_1__small André-Benoit De Jaegere


The term Agile Enterprise is (or was) linked to the use of Agile Software Development methods in support of a constantly changing and evolving organization that gains its competitiveness through its ability to change. The Business Model is, therefore, usually Reactive, though some Agile Enterprises are Proactive, especially in the sense of creating disruptive change, but Web 2.0 technologies are not necessarily required to be used, nor is the Interactive Business model. The key Business Architecture definition and models are usually credited to Ori Brafman and Rod Beckstrom who authored the book “The Starfishand the Spider,” in which they describe a decentralized organizationshowing the characteristics below. Many thinkers now believe that these same characteristics can be applied to an Enterprise 2.0 Interactive Business Model, hence the overlap in the use of terminology and the reason for listing them here:

.Projects are generated everywhere within the organization


and sometimes fromoutside the organization



.No one is in direct hierarchical control

. Removal of any one unit does not affect the overall organization. Participants function autonomously, providing scalability. Roles are amorphous and ever-changing

. Knowledge and power are distributed, with intelligence spread evenly

.Working groups communicate directly and not hierarchically

.Key decisions are made collaboratively, on the spot, and on the fly.