Organizations are founded for an important purpose: to achieve things we cannot readily achieve one-by-one. Therefore, in the most abstract sense, an organization can be seen as a collection of individuals that together achieve a purpose. Generally, these collections specialize to outperform other groups that seek to achieve the same purpose. This phenomenon is known to be competition. These players are together in a playfield which is called the marketspace.
The development of organizations is treated in this area of expertise. Questions primarily from a structural perspective, are treated here.