There is a need of project management software when a company is working on many projects at a time, they need to understand the business goals much better. If they are working on it and they think that there is no mistake in it but they get surprised the results are not same as the expected ones.
What is their mistake? Well, they ignored and neglected the importance of the Conway’s law. This is not considered as some scientific law but it is an effective plan for the organizations and its effects can be seen in the companies that are working in software development.
Now organizations have a need of this law in order to achieve the business goals set by them. People structure needs to be implemented so that all they teams must be aligned in an order to get the architecture of the software they need.
How it works
All you need to do is to map out the whole organization and then decide that does it meets the phases of the development process or not. If the organizational structure and development process are matched then what will be next when you are going to introduce Agile/Lean that is a different process flow?
As we know that all the departments are preoccupied with their local and internal efficiency. The concern of agile is about the overall efficiency of the process.
There is an important role of Conway’s Law in the construction of all the systems of the organization. This is due to the fact that the construction of all the products can eventually redirect that how the teams are communicating with each other and how the communication structure goes.
When the technical department is having all the technical abilities and their work is focused on the UI of one group, other group is doing process management, other one is looking on the infrastructure, another is checking the database, one of the groups is looking on the implementation of the business logic on the server; now communication structure must be defined so that all these groups can work with each other through communication.
So, Conway’s Law means structuring the working teams up for the betterment of the company.
— Slimane Zouggari