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The conventional ways of building software are accepted to produce rigid systems that impede the processes of change typical for contemporary organisations. In this paper, we propose that software can be made more adaptable and tuned to the needs of changing organisations, if it is built using organisation-inspired principles and software structures such as Virtual Organisations, roles and norms. Agentbased software engineering is already using these principles, and we extend the state of thedoi:10.1145/1137661.1137667 dblp:conf/wiser/KollingbaumNMB06 fatcat:nalc7xld2jcmfjfvqvzseuqgym