Azure Management Group should have been called/renamed to Azure Subscription Group for subscription grouping, analogous to Resource Group for resource grouping. Subscription Group is much more specific and descriptive than Management Group to indicate subscription grouping.2 votes
Currently, a subscription is linked to one management group and the management group structure stops. If you allow for one or more management groups under a subscription, you can then organize one or more resource groups to a management group. This would allow for solutions to have a management group and be able to control access and governance at the solution level, not at a subscription level.1 vote
Management group contributor should have delete rights on the management group. This is currently not the case.
'Not authorized to delete'.
Or else, foresee another Role that has delete rights on the Management Group, without being distributed to the subscriptions below (eg. the owner can delete the group, but is immediately owner in the underlying subscriptions as well).
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