Is your current organization design fit for purpose? Senior executives, in particular CEOs, COOs, CFOs and HRDs, are invited to attend this practical workshop to gain insight into how to optimise their operating models.
This workshop will take place on Friday, 8 June from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Hill Dickinson London location. Mark LaScola, managing principal of ON THE MARK (OTM) will present and encourage debate on topics such as defining an operating model, differentiating it from a business model, practical examples, and model transformation.
An operating model is fundamental to business performance and achieving success. An operating model that is “fit for purpose” not only drives out significant amounts of waste and complication but drives significantly improved performance. An unfit, misaligned operating model can eat up 10%- 25% of operating costs embedded in the day-to-day business activities but masking waste and over-complication.
For a business to robustly link its operating model to its strategic intents and systemically understand the bulk of real improvement opportunities within a business, leaders must first consider as to whether or not an operating model is “fit-for-purpose.” This requires real work, “couch” time and is not easy. But with an investment of three days of time and effort, a business can begin to answer that all important question: Is our current operating model fit-for-purpose?
We will also provide insight into a recent operating model modernisation project, the challenges faced and issues to overcome.
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OTM’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 28 years and is a global leader in organization design consulting.