Service Offering - Organizational Design and Development
Behaviour within Organizations is not to be viewed as an accident of history. It is the result of many conscious and unconscious decisions of the participants within the organization. What is challenging is to seek to design and develop organizations to more effectively support the future business task. This encompasses many dimensions:
- The structural form of an organization,
- The culture of an organization,
- The values and behaviours it promotes,
- The style with which it does business and whether it manages by fact or opinion,
- How it relates to its employees and how employees feel about the organization,
- How it demonstrates commitment to continuous improvement.
- How it demonstrates commitment to sustainable assurance of quality.
Organizational Design and development is equally applicable to existing organizations and greenfield/brownfield situations.
- Assessment of the organizational dynamics of the operation. This involves rich picture analysis of the operation, elicitation via interview and assessment techniques, as well as scorecard gaps and obvious challenges.
- Determination and characterization of organizational design and development agenda.
- Managing Director, HR or Strategy Director.