The Entrepreneur' Organization enables entrepreneurs to learn and grow from each other leading to greater business success and an enriched personal life. The main structures for organizing a business enterprise are the entrepreneurial organization, the bureaucracy, professional organization, divisional organization and innovative organization, according to management theorist Henry Mintzberg. Compared to the divisional organization, whose business processes are segmented into highly diversified departments, the entrepreneurial organization is generally unstructured. The entrepreneurial organization is a simple organizational form that typically includes one large operational unit, with one or a few individuals in top management. This has made it a more flexible organization. In the interpersonal role, the owner-operator provides leadership and represents the company to outsiders. In his informational role, the owner-operator in an entrepreneurial organization also monitors and disseminates the flow of information, as well as serves as the company's spokesman. The decision-making role is, perhaps, the heart of the entrepreneurial function because it involves planning and developing business strategies, initiating internal change, allocating the organization's resources and negotiating and handling non-routine events.