Organizational Development

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Organizational Development

Benefit From Our Effective Organizational Development Services

Contact myHRpro to work with one of our human resource consultants to create organizational structures and processes that align people and purpose.

 

Our skilled human resource professionals will work with your organization:

  • to identify key strategic capabilities required and then support the design of useful structures, systems, roles, and relationships within your organization.  
  • uncover and diagnose barriers to organizational performance.
  • provide interventions that will:
    • increase productivity
    • improve communications
    • redefine internal partnerships
    • realign systems or
    • enhance leadership effectiveness

 

Our organizational development services will improve the organization’s capacity to acheive strategic goals.

 

Organizational Design

  • Is your organization well-designed and how do you know?
  • What does a well-designed organization look like?
  • How is it different from a poorly designed one?

 

These are the questions our human resource professionals can explore with you.

 

Many people equate organization design with an organization’s structure: The words “lean” and “flat” are used to describe organization design as well as it’s structure. In fact, organizational design encompasses much more than simply the structure:

 

Organization design is the process of aligning an organization’s structure with its mission.

 

This means looking at the complex relationship between tasks, workflow, responsibility and authority, and making sure these all support the objectives of the business.

 

Good organizational design helps communications, productivity, and innovation. It creates an environment where people can work effectively.

 

Many productivity and performance issues can be traced back to poor organization design. A company can have a great mission, great people, great leadership and still not perform well because of poor organizational design.

 

How work is done, business processes carried out, information shared and how people are incentivized; all of these directly affects how well the organization performs. All of these factors are facets of the organization’s design and each facet is important to organization’s success.