Organization structures mean the framework around which the group is organized. It’s the operating manual that tells members how the organization is put together and how it works. More specifically, structure describes how members are accepted, how leadership is chosen, and how decisions are made.
It is very important that you have well defined organization hierarchy because
- Structure gives members clear guidelines for how to proceed.
- Structure binds members together.
- Structure in any organization is inevitable.
It is important to deal with structure early in the organization’s development. Structural development can occur in proportion to other work the organization is doing, so that it does not crowd out that work. And it can occur in parallel with, at the same time as, your organization’s growing accomplishments, so they take place in tandem, side by side. It means you should have clear understanding at what time you should start thinking an implementing the organization structure.
We at SMSPL work with our clients to develop and design organization structures which enable speedier decision making, easier escalation of issues and resource optimization. We have helped organizations (entering new geographies) develop scalable organization structure. We have also helped mature organizations redefine/ modify their structure to keep it aligned to changing environment and business goals. We helped them plan out and implement sources to hire new talent, redeploy existing employees and manage exits where necessary.
IT involves defining complete suites of solution including
- Developing the Job Descriptions
- Defining the performance metrics.
- Designing competency requirement for the new structures.
We have helped our clients assess the current capability of the organization by using competency based assessment centers. Our varied experiences across industry verticals have helped us to develop industry specific solutions.