Organizational Design & Development
Organizational design refers to the way that an organization structures and aligns its people and resources. By utilizing a formal methodology, we help clients identify dysfunctional aspects of work flow, procedures, structures, roles and systems. This effort can be successful if the people, processes and technologies are all evaluated and part of the program. Successful outcomes improve performance and productivity, meet business goals and are monitored and supported into the future.
Organizational development happens after the organizational design is completed. Organizational development often focusses in improving engagement, efficiency and effectiveness within the organization. This usually involves training, teambuilding and other workshops to improve communication, transparency and employee engagement.
- Organizational Assessment (including Findings & Recommendations)
- Organizational Design
- Job Modeling with Competency Mapping
- Process Redesign (including workshops and plans)
- Training (new processes, roles, technologies)
- Employee Satisfaction Surveys
- iHealth Technologies (2010)
- Salvation Army, SE Territory (2010-2011)
- Axiall (2012-2013)
- Sheltering Arms (2010)
- Fulton County Schools (2011)
- McKesson Provider Technologies (2003-2006)