Yes. No matter what organization or product you might be building, they will functionally reflect one another. This is known as Conway’s Law, which states that “any organization that designs a system will produce a design whose structure is a copy of the organization’s communication structure.”
Simply put, an organization’s communication structure is deeply connected with the final product or services it produces. For example, a product constructed by six different teams will have six different parts.
When teams have a poor communication structure, this will be reflected. The delayal of critical information, poor leadership, and confusion will result in a disconnected and messy product.
Yet when teams are structured in a transparent manner, they are able to effectively collaborate and continuously improve. Well-rounded teams combine the strength of everyone and build a powerful organizational structure which, in turn, leads to a better product.