Every single organisation, whether a commercial, non-profit or government body, has an operating model. For as long as there is purpose for an organisation to exist and deliver results, it will be organised in some shape or form around structures, procedures, processes and similar. The operating model concept is not limited to organisations of, or above, certain size. Even if a company consists of just one single person, it already has an operating model in place with certain way things are done and results delivered by that organisation. Another single-person organisation will have a different operating model, because its raison d’être and objectives will be different, and even if not, the person in charge will have a different view on how they should be achieved.