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In many cases organizations are perceived as structures, when in reality they are much more. Organizations are a complex set of sub systems that must be aligned with one another and with the organization’s strategy.
The main factors for organizational design are:
Strategic change - Any change to the strategy requires change in the organization’s design.
Executive beliefs and habits –Executives usually believe that change in the organizations structure will result in better business performance.
Staffing – Despite the fact that the above-mentioned factors are relevant to organizational change, they do not necessarily lead to better business performance.
It is our experience that a change in the organization’s structure has low correlation with business performance. Only a complete organizational re-design will improve the businesses performance.
We work with our clients on realigning the following central components of the organization:Structure
- Interdependencies & Interfaces