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An effective organisation is one that has organised itself in a way that supports the achievement of business objectives and promotes interoperability across business units and teams.
An organisation’s structure should align with its mission by looking at the complex relationship between tasks, business processes, responsibility, levels of accountability, and the alignment of people. At the heart of this lies the relationship between organisational strategy and design.
Our approach to organisational design is influenced by the defined organisational strategy.
Organisational design will not remedy inefficiencies and other related organisational challenges in isolation. Other key strategic drivers need to be in place to realise the full benefits of the organisational design process. These include:
- Leadership teams driving and leading strategy execution
- A well-articulated and understood strategy and business model
In essence, organisational design is the outcome of shaping and aligning all the components of an enterprise to achieve a specific goal. This definition implies that there are deliberate design qualities that keep the organisation adaptable to the operating context.
Our solution consists of:
- Organisation redesign
- Leadership development
- Measures and sustainability