I am currently in my hometown teaching at the university on the Master program named Digital Leadership. It is so exciting to meet the students and listen to them. The older I get the more I understand how little I know and understand of this complex world. Today’s lecture concerns the mirroring hypothesis – an interesting theory that tries to explain the complex relation between organizational structure and technological architecture. If you have nothing better to do, read Colfer and Baldwin’s paper named “The mirroring hypothesis: theory, evidence, and exceptions” in Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol. 0, No. 0, 1–30 published 2016.