An organization’s structural design can support mission achievement – or get in the way. When results start to lag, a strategic organizational redesign can reduce layers and drive alignment. New organizational charts are only one part of the solution.
WLH supports leaders in thinking through design criteria, the impact on processes and people, and the change management for effective implementation. Operationalizing the redesign requires determining how structure supports strategy, workforce analysis, role definition, clarity, competency models, process review, and systems implications. You need a partner who:
- Understands the analysis required for effective organizational design
- Considers human resources implications
- Analyzes workforce allocation
- Engages stakeholders for input and recommendations
- Includes effective change management and communications planning from the start and through implementation
- Determines what processes need to be reviewed and adapted
Please contact us to learn more about our organizational effectiveness consulting support.
You may also find these resources useful:
- Case Study: Field Force Effectiveness and Redesign to Meet Evolving Healthcare Environment
- Case Study: Organizational Restructuring of a Large Operations Group
- Case Study: Market Access Learning Strategies and Curriculum
- Case Study: Developing a Premier Employer Strategy
- WLH Blog: Organizational Design is More Than Moving Boxes on an Organizational Chart
- WLH Blog: Tips for Improving Organizational Design Efforts