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  1. E-Business Organizational Chart/Structure | eBusinessBlog.org - Special Blog

    [...] the original post here:  E-Business Organizational Chart/Structure | eBusinessBlog.org :and-depending, Business, e-Business, major, satisfaction, suite, suite-release, Team, [...]

  2. Seeker
    Seeker October 20, 2009 at 12:55 pm |

    I couldn't spot a date for when you posted it but the above post with all the links you put in there were very, very useful to me. Thank you so much for sharing!

  3. Gijsbert
    Gijsbert October 24, 2009 at 8:30 pm |

    Hi Eric, nice summary of Forrester materials. Would like to suggest my own e-business research on http://www.maxx-online.nl/en. In my view e-business maturity has a direct impact on location of the e-business team. The organization chart can be drawn with regards to core competence which must be in place/aligned to make e-business work (http://www.maxx-online.nl/en/blog/tasks-responsib… And yes, e-business team location is always dependent on organization and goals. If you are interested in a comparison to the dutch market, I ran a benchmark last year (this year repeated in France).

    Missed the best practices of Forrester, so thank you for the link.

  4. Implementing a Business Structure for your Online Business

    [...] For an interesting way in which you can visually think of your business and how it might grow, check out this article entitled, “E-Business Organizational Chart and Structure”. [...]

  5. organization charts
    organization charts July 17, 2012 at 8:41 am |

    E-Business organizations definitely rely on core facts of industry. The thing is how organization charts can help in this matter. A proper analysis tool is required always.

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