Organization transformation success is achieved through the combination of a great organization design, a robust implementation plan, and lots of leadership time, effort and dedication. Unfortunately, too many strategic design implementation efforts lack one of more of these ingredients.
During the implementation of a new design, leaders can stumble on misalignments, unexpected changes, and obstructions of execution. Regardless, leaders must resiliently overcome hurdles and opportunities, and confidently carry out the design’s implementation. This happens by put in place the right change team, ensuring organization choices are aligned to strategy, and building a strong change platform.
Don’t just talk about it, be about it! The extra work is bound to pay off, with a new, strategic design helping to enabling marketplace differentiation and business success.
Learn more from change leader and organization catalyst Reed Deshler, who’s Principal of AlignOrg Solutions.
In this upcoming webcast, Strategic Design Implementation: Actions Speak Louder than Words, Deshler will share knowledge of what it takes to go beyond your plan, and bring your organizational design to life.
What snags can pull at your design plan and keep implementation from happening?
How can you delegate and assign design components to the right people on your team?
When should each part of your strategic design implementation take place?
How can you guarantee that your organization design will create change and desired outcomes?
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