360 Degree Structuring

Understanding Organizational Structures:

TEMC makes the companies understand the importance and impact of organizational structure in achieving strategic business objectives. Discusses the characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of different types of organizational structures, as well as when particular structures may be effective. The metrics, communications, and technology, global and legal issues relating to organizational structures.

Organizational structure aligns and relates parts of an organization, so it can achieve its maximum performance. The structure chosen affects an organization’s success in carrying out its strategy and objectives. HR professionals should understand the characteristics, benefits and limitations of various organizational structures to assist in this strategic alignment.

How TEMC helps organization.
Dig Deep to Uncover Culture.
Understanding and Developing Organizational Culture.
Organization. The structure, processes and operations by which the strategy is deployed.
Jobs. The necessary roles and responsibilities.
People. The experience, skills and competencies needed to execute the strategy.
Existing role requirements, while identifying necessary new or modified roles.
Key metrics and accountabilities.
Critical information flows.
Decision-making authority by organization level.
Alignment Is Essential to Effective Performance, Profitability.
Collective Leadership.

Organizational Design, Diagnostics Go Agile.
HR’s Role
Leading Effective Change: A Primer for the HR Professional
Designing for Growth and Success.
Managing the Matrix.

Reach New Heights
Today, organizations are usually structured vertically, vertically and horizontally, or with open boundaries. Specific types of structures within each of these categories are the following:
Vertical—functional and divisional.
Vertical and horizontal—matrix.
Boundary-less (also referred to as “open boundary”)—modular, virtual and cellular.

Startups / Expansions / Consolidations/ Diversifications
Metrics – Structural Dimensions /Configuration /Change of Command /Contextual Factors
Communication and Technology
Legal issues