Foundations and core concepts of organizational design
Sample Chapter from the book 'Data-Driven Organization Design'. A new way of seeing and understanding the organization as a system.
“Provides insightful connection between strategy and the enabling organisational design.”Pär Åström, Senior Vice President, Business Development, Husqvarna Group
Organizational design isn’t about who reports to who; it is about what each role in the organization is required to do, what decisions need to be made, what activities need to be done and what competencies are required. The connections are many and interlinked.
This sample chapter from Data-Driven Organization Design, shortlisted for ‘Management Book of the Year’, lays the practical foundations for you to begin your organizational design journey:
- Understanding the organization as an interconnected system
- Building organizational data through taxonomies
- Making organizational data visual