Few organizations can remain static in today’s business environment.
So for leaders, there is a need to periodically examine (or re-examine) the design of their organizations, to make sure that one has the right structure in place, given the current goals and priorities.
When you have concluded there might be a need for a reorganization – how do you proceed?
Even though a reorganization may be needed, it is a challenging task for every leader, and few get the chance to do it very often – so it’s not easy to learn systematically over time, either.
In the video below, I describe three key tips to help you avoid the most common mistakes – and increase the chances that you will succeed.
For a more detailed discussion of this and a proposed methodology – see chapter 8 in my book.