With the increase in the frequency of reorganizations – any shift in how an organization organizes itself to deliver products and/or services to its customers – comes the increase in risk for loss of value or even, in the worst cases of ineffective reorganizations, value destruction.
At the 2015 SHRM Garden State Council Annual Conference & Expo, I gave a talk on 5 best practices in reorganizations that take teams past the organization chart and onto a path that can lead to more value-creation. Indeed, the org chart ought to be the final piece in the future state “puzzle.” Many more critical questions must be answered before
an effective team structure can be designed.
What other best practices have you seen that led to highly effective reorganizations?