Redesigning the Organization

The ra, pidly increasing rate of change demands not just incremental change but fast radical alterations of strategy, culture, structure and processes. This is a complex, continuing effort that is closer to revolution than evolution. Actions that must precede the initiation of change; guidance on how to perform the technical, social and behavioral tasks, and the actions required to wrap up and integrate everything into a complete, workably changed organization. Organizational redesign is an excellent demonstration of change leadership, and a simple powerful model of the process.

Redesigning the organization involves a process map of the organization as the basis for process improvement; looking at the various change methods that are available, conducting a broad design of the total organization, and then designing the human resource support processes for the redesigned organization. This follows ways to incorporate the redesigned processes into the existing system. The redesigning of the organization demonstrates how better integration can be achieved to provide better overall results. My Consultancy–Asif J. Mir – Management Consultant–transforms organizations, makes them relevant, and suggests solutions for succes. For details please contact Asif J. Mir

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Waseem
    Aug 05, 2008 @ 21:52:49

    WAPDA, Pakistan Railways and many other public organizations are some specimens of redundancy. Why not the government think of redesigning these public sector entities for making them efficient and profit generating?

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  2. Adedeh
    Oct 18, 2011 @ 16:28:30

    It is a wonder how major public institutions that need radical alterations of strategy and processes are just lying idle with no one doing nothing. It is about time these useful resources are put into place…..

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