预计新开发的商业模式将向企业家灌输创造力，推动力和创新精神。相反，将权力集中在最高层，他们尽可能地将权力和决策推向组织（Murray，2010）。传统的官僚结构现在被取代，形成一个为特定项目和解散的目的而形成的东西。例如，北卡罗来纳州的私人软件公司SAS Institute Inc.在慷慨的员工福利以及研发方面投入巨资。因此，该公司已被预测为既能生产创新产品又能成为一个伟大的工作场所。
New business models developed are expected to instill the entrepreneurs’ kind of creativity, drive and innovative spirit in workers. Rather leave the power concentrated wholly on the top, they, as much as possible, tend to push power and decision making down the organization (Murray, 2010). Traditional bureaucratic structures are now replaced to form something that is formed for the purpose of a particular project and the disbanded. For example, the privately held Software Company, SAS Institute Inc., of North Carolina invests heavily in generous employee benefits as well as the research and development. As a result the company has been projected as one that can both produce innovative products and be a great work place.
New technological advancements have been objectified and are relatively independent of the skills of only a few top players. Streams of research on technological influence on business have presented with two views. One, the debate over whether new technology de-skills, or degrades the work of human beings and two, whether it leads to enrichment and upgrading of the business. But it has been established that technology equipments and innovations can be designed, with upgrading and usability in mind in such a way as to increase human capability and creativity and leverage their native skills and abilities. In that way technological integration into organizations can improve the way the business works. Instead of designing procedures that are foolproof, procedures can be designed so as to enable employees to work more effectively with the inevitable contingencies in the bureaucratic models.
Technological integration into public organizations induces higher effectiveness by aiming at their low level entrepreneurial ethos. It increases the organization’s efficiency and effectiveness. It offers efficiency via combining, accessing, storing and retrieving large amounts of information more quickly, accurately, as per your wish selectively and in addition inexpensively.