One of the most difficult – and most fundamental – tasks for a business leader is to recognize whether it’s time … [Read more...]
This has so far been the topic I have written the most extensively about. These posts cover all the different phases of an organization design process, from the early phase where you identify issues, to planning and implementation of changes. The posts draw on the framework that I write about in my book.
I recently completed a project where I had to come up with a process for quickly grouping people into different units. The client was an NGO, and I … [Read more...]
Purely top-down decision processes are becoming less common. The leader is still responsible for making the final decision (as he/she should be) when … [Read more...]
Patricia Cichocki & Christine Irwin both started out as practitioners planning and implementing changes in large organizations and then returned … [Read more...]
In an organization design process, one needs to identify the key business drivers, understand interfaces and processes, and create new ideas for … [Read more...]