Rather than blindly grab the first book on the topic that "looks good to me", I am hopeful that asking the wisdom of fellow managers will be more effective.
I have just an inkling there may be proven organizational structures beyond what I can see from my own experience.
I was considering picking up this book:
Have you read it? Have you read something else in this area you found to be valuable?
My team is struggling with our organizational structure that is designed around functional areas (software development, qa, systems engineering) and which tackles projects under project and program managers to accomplish projects. It is a significant tension for people who feel like they have "two bosses." Perhaps it is unavoidable, I would like to educate myself more on organizational structures beyond function and matrix.
Thanks in advance for any pointers you may give.