Organizational design and structure
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Description of Service
Organization design and structure is the process of helping you meet your objectives through making improvements to the organization structure and management processes. The primary focus of this service is to strengthen the management organization and accountability through making changes to structure, positions, and the human assets of the organization. A second focus is to assess the organization's major management processes and identify opportunities for improvement.
A non-profit, municipal agency, while experiencing an increase in caseload, desired improved organizational structure to reflect better their changing legislative mandate. Results -- A new organization structure was developed that emphasized responsiveness to their clients' needs together with reduced reporting and bureaucratic structure.
A closely-held, family owned hosiery manufacturer desired to have the management roles, including those of family members (second and third generation) better defined. Result -- The second generation owners/managers developed a structure that better utilized the skills and capabilities of their children together with other, non-family management personnel.
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