Every organisation is unique and is at a different stage of its business life-cycle. Each organisation requires different structural models and factors such as environmental or regulatory conditions, culture, available resources, and disperse location will have major influence in creating a company’s strategic future model. However the company looks, or will look in the future, the first step is to define concrete strategic future state objectives with a broad look at the current state, resources, limitations and challenges.
At the same time, we have found that breaking the organizations operating process into steps gives our clients a framework within which informed design decisions can be made. This harbors a safe and open communication medium to review opportunities and challenges that exist. Its with transparency and strongly described objectives that we can draft a future state leveraging a clear description of what the company deems as its core capabilities going forward.
Regardless of current state, resources talents, core capabilities, or future innovations, reviewing the processes that are critical to operation and finding efficiencies’ reducing frustration and improving service levels is key to any transformation. Breaking down organization design into these steps aid in the design of the future model and help companies find a broad, end-to-end future state solution.
1. Define Strategic Objectives
2. Describe future operating model and establish core capabilities
3. Design Future State Organisation
4. Measure performance
Services we offer:
- Organisational Design
- Organisational Development
- (LEAN) Process Re-Engineering
- (PROSCI) Change Management
- Communication Management
- HR Transformation
- HR Classification