Organizational design

“Every company has two organizational structures: The formal one is written on the charts; the other is the everyday relationship of the men and women in the organization.”

Harold S. Geneen

Every organization should be periodically assessed and adjusted
in alignment with what you want to achieve in the market.

Does your organization reflect what you want to achieve?

People – and the teams they work in – are the building blocks for any organisation. But how do you arrange them in a way that makes it easy for them to deliver value for your customers and add value for the business? This is the challenge organizational design sets out to how address. Whatever you want to achieve – a pared-down organisation that runs at lowest possible cost, a super-responsive set-up that prioritizes service, a flexible group agile enough to keep pace with a fast-changing market, or the smooth integration of a new acquisition – our starting point is the same: value. We work closely with you to understand what value means in your business and where your people add it. We guide you to the right decision on where to focus and how to organise, and then design an organisation that reflects your business priorities and ambitions, and establishes a structure for achieving them.

Customer Orientation

Your organisation almost certainly serves multiple customers in multiple markets, and requires multiple capabilities to deliver products and services. The decision you make on how to organise your teams – by market, by geography, by function – will have a significant impact on performance.

Operational Excellence

A lean organizational structure is a structure that is designed to create more value for customers using fewer resources than a traditional organizational structure. The objective is constantly finding ways to improve the processes within the organization and to make the organization more effective .

Agile and responsive

One of the reasons that the modern organization must be more agile is that it meets with ever new challenges in an ever greater pace, while demand for knowledge and sharing this are becoming increasingly important . Choose the right focus that reflects the company’s priorities and ambitions.

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