Organizational Design in Change Management
What is organizational design in change management?
Organizational design refers to the development of effective organizations. It translates business strategy and operating models into organizational structures. This includes job design, team design and systems. In addition, organizational design defines the optimal number of resources required to deliver against workload. Ultimately organization design enables businesses to achieve their strategic goals.
When to define organizational design?
Key events drive organization design. When a business creates new capabilities and needs to implement an organizational structure. A business or division defines a new operating model and needs to align the organization. A company restructures for efficiency and cost reduction. A division reorganizes itself to improve service delivery. Or in mergers and acquisitions when two or more businesses combine capabilities.
what are the benefits of organizational design?
Organization design is a scientific way of defining an appropriate structure. It ensures the business has the right skills and the number of resources available. It delivers required HR outcomes to recruit, place and manage peoples’ careers. The result is an optimized organization based on business strategy and operating model.
where we used organizational design ?
- Engen Petroleum
- City of Cape Town
- Consumer goods
- Retail and wholesale
- Oil and gas
- Supply chain
- Human Resources
- Data and analytics
- Mergers and acquisitions