A process for integrating People, Information, and Technology toward the successful achievement of organizational outcomes.
Organization Design seeks to optimize human achievement. The premise is to construct an organization to make it easier for people to achieve results. A well designed organization is centered around information flow, and is built upon relationships. Organizations are people.
The process begins with a formal declaration of the Purpose, Vision, and Strategy of the organization, followed by definition of the specific Strategic Initiatives to be undertaken. Each Strategic Initiative becomes a distinct mini-organization, designed to achieve specific outcomes. People, Information, and Technology are organized around successful achievement of the organizationalcollectiveoutcomes.
The Organization Design process will help you:
Define the true purpose of your organization
Create a realitybased vision for the future
Develop both internal and external customer focus
Build a strategy for success
Specify operating goals and objectives
Implement informationbased work flows
Implement a decisionbased organization structure
Develop responsibilitybased leadership
Develop commitmentbased membership
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