Organisational design

We often find that the root cause of common place difficulties in the workplace is a poor organisational structure.

It is regularly seen that as a business changes the structure remains static, or is altered on an ad hoc basis according to the personnel available. At the time these changes are usually the correct decision, but over time, and after many alterations, companies find themselves with a historic design as opposed to an efficient structure.

Whether you are looking to reduce headcount to improve your bottom line, or need to get more out of your employees organisational design is often the best starting point to make the biggest impact.

3 main areas for investigation are typically;

  • Strategic business direction.
  • Management and reporting structures.
  • Operational activities - the day to day functions
    • Savings available in this area often cover the costs of our services, however the savings will continue long after the project has been closed.

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