Organisation Designs describes how the design of an organisation changes as it grows and the volume of work increases. Through understanding the work an organisation must do, leaders make choices on how to divide work among the different parts of the organisation.
This book provides a framework of the options available to leaders, depending on the volume of work. This is important because in larger organisations the choice of design can lead to significant competitive advantages.
The book aims to provide a framework of models for leaders to use to help them answer the following questions:
- What work will deliver value to the organisation?
- What do we want the organisation to look like in five years’ time?
- To whom does the organisation have to deliver work?
- Will the design chosen provide the organisation with a market advantage?
By Michael Bellerby
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