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10th February 2017 Admin

INFOGRAPHIC: What Is Organization Design?

Puzzled about the answer to “What is organization design?” Then take a look at ON THE MARK’s in-depth infographic below detailing the process of organization design from the lens of a jigsaw puzzle. Not just organization charts and personalities, organization design means ensuring your operating model proves “fit for purpose” as well as aligned to your strategy.

What Is Organization Design?

We know through experience as well as science that HOW something is done is as important as WHAT is done. That’s why we are keenly focused on ensuring the solution we deliver for you is highly sustainable and not consultant-dependent. It serves as the basis for our off-the-charts obsession with real collaboration based on our closely-held value statement that “people support what they help to create.”

what is organization design


Organization design boils down to the deliberate process of configuring the informal and formal elements of a business. This includes value stream, structure, technologies, management mechanisms & systems, rewards, and people processes, to create a business capable of achieving its business strategy.

How To Approach Organization Design

Pay Now or Pay Later? We advocate involving and engaging people early in the process for faster stabilization as well as high performance. The process can take anything between 30 days and 12 months, depending on the scale of redesign and resource commitments.

To find out more about organization design, contact ON THE MARK — as we offer unparalleled experience in organization design.

ON THE MARK’s experience and passion for collaborative business transformation that’s supported by pragmatism, systems thinking, and a belief in people is unparalleled. OTM has been in business for 27 years and is a global leader in organization design consulting.

Seeking more information on how OTM works with clients? Perhaps you wish to know more about our terms and further information from our extensive case-study library. If so, please contact us about careers, more information or how we work here.

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