Due to my lacking vocabulary in this context I am not sure how to designate the two types of organizations I would like to talk about before I can put my question. Anybody capable of better wording feel free to improve this. Probably there are mixed types but I suppose I have to polarize a little bit to make the point.
OrgType1: "digitalized product organizatons" either B2B or B2C, they have their products, as they become more and more digital, they have some own IT product teams and IT operations. They have found out that they need (more than before) product diversification quite recently.
OrgType2: "digital consulting service organizations" (not necesarily just IT consulting but they are typical example here) these guys are B2B only, if they have sustainable products and related operations then it is rather a side effect. Rather, their software product lifecycle is limited to just one or several projects, and that diversification has always been their core business. Actually, the real product is here much more every single member of this organization who depending on the role might, but by far not always does, develop software.
OK then, so OrgType1 is clearly what we already know that DevOps is of a great help, because there are established delivery processes, they get disrupted, need to be optimized, and so on and so forth. Well, bigger organizations consist of many parts, regional business units, business lines, departments, and every one has its combination between operations and their-own-breed-of Devops. Okay - anyway there can be some evolution.
OrgType2 can care about DevOps only so much as it is important for their customer (or they even sell DevOps consulting ;) but then if it comes to onsite software development, you somehow start from zero in almost every project, and this is magnified as with OrgType1 through all departments, business units and so on but it is worth because every "DevOps entity" starts just with 1-2 people who need to discover what they are up to. Seems like OrgType2 is "siloed by design" in a much more dense way which makes it also somehow scalable and persistent.
This all considered and taken into account, the question from my current perspective is: how do DevOps practices apply for the OrgType2, maybe there are resources where this has been explored?