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Rethinking Software in the Organizational Hierarchy

At some point in their career, everyone has probably seen one of those operational hierarchy charts that define who reports to whom at an organization. Sometimes just called an org chart, it's a useful tool to let people know who works for them, and who their bosses are. For example, in a typical org chart, the head of a coding group might report to the director of product development, who in turn reports to the vice president of innovation. Who hasn't looked at one of those charts to try and find their personal little block nestled inside somewhere?

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