PeopleThe number of people that need to be involved to get something done. If fifty people are involved in changing a pixel on a web page, an organization is reasonably complex.
ActivitiesActivities such as the number of steps in a process or number of meetings you need to have to get something done.
Function PointsThe number of functional requirements implemented by a system. A common way to measure software complexity.
Data PointsThe number of data items considered in a process or decision.
PartsThe number of parts in a machine.structures and roles in an organization such as teams and managers.
|Overview: Organizational Complexity|
The amount of resources used by an organizational structure, system, process or project.
The intricacy and size of an organizational structure, system, process or project.