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Organizational Design

 

When it comes to designing an organization, our experience has been that it is essentially about focusing on three issues early on:

 

People - Interactions - Design Spaces.

Regardless of whether it is a question of implementing a future strategy or expanding or scaling the existing business, it is always worth taking a look at the three topics when people are to perform together.

 

It starts with the process of selecting the right people for my strategy and ends with creating the right environment to unleash the potential.

 

That is why we have divided our services into the following three areas. In dialog with our customers, we find out where we can best provide support.

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High Impact

Human Relations (HR)

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Understanding organizations as an organism

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Run & Innovate the business

Concepts for the "Future of Work" or "New Work" are on everyone's lips. Although our working world is continuously changing, we do not believe that rigid concepts are needed, but rather the design of an HR department that first and foremost establishes human relations - the relationship with people - and continuously develops them.

With an early focus on High Impact Human Relations, the issues that really make a difference in the company's day-to-day operations are identified.

Design experience

Be(come) digital

Shape culture

Driving performance

Fit for purpose - regenerating HR

People bring different strengths, skills and experience to the workplace. At the same time, we have similar basic needs for a workplace, the fulfillment of which is what makes continuous good performance possible in the first place (so-called hygiene factors). In order to bring exactly these differences and similarities into harmony, the design of the organization is a continuous topic in which we gladly accompany you.

MINDSET SHIFTS

for organization transformation

Aaron Sachs and Anupam Kundu thoughtworks

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PROFIT

PURPOSE

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HIERARCHIES

NETWORKS

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CONTROLLING

EMPOWERING

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PLANNING

EXPERIMENTATION

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PRIVACY

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TRANSPARENCY

Companies often find themselves in a dichotomy between an efficient / lean design of the current offering to achieve the highest possible margin and the effective / creative design of the future offering with products or services that are as appealing as possible.

Especially in our future projects, opportunities often arise for which the current organization is not equipped. How can these be realized?

 

Our expertise aims to help you give tomorrow a framework in your business - whether in projects, innovation topics or building start-ups / ventures for our clients.

Venture / Start-up Structure

Innovation management

Innovations

Culture

Projekt- Portfolio- Management

Paradigms

Problems

Principles

Processes

Procedure 

Performance 

Factory and knowledge work

"Success Factors"

Digital work

"Success Factors"

People are factors of production 

Primary challenge is operational

efficiency to maximize

Efficiency is maximized through specialization,

Formalization and standardization 

Striving for efficiency - most important processes are

Objective setting, work description, etc.

Routine management tasks are goal setting,

KPI definition, monitoring of implementation 

Clear alignment of processes and approach

which leads to profitability

People are design factors 

Primary challenge is to maximize

operational effectiveness

Effectiveness is achieved through the further

development of people and their design space

Striving for effectiveness - the most important processes are Interactions with customers, benefit analyses, future

Routine management tasks is the development

of people and creation of creative space 

Clear alignment of people to customer benefit

which leads to profitability

Designing the working world for tomorrow

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