The strategy is in place, people are on board, and things are rolling… but resources aren’t in the right hands to get the job done! IPI can help you align organizational structure with key priorities and objectives – quickly. Heading in a new direction, and need to build the momentum to get there? Take the next critical step, organization design, with an engaged and focused team.
The goal of organizational design is to convert an ordinary system into a high performing one. Growth strategies, constraints, mergers, and any other shifts in normal operations require reimagining and redesigning. IPI’s rapid prototyping and design sessions help you develop and instill new roles, policies, processes, structures, and systems.
We help you:
- Conduct a baseline organizational assessment
- Envision and develop a new organizational model, including success metrics
- Create an Implementation Roadmap
- Develop an organizational design that is flexible and drives business objectives
Key differentiators of IPI's approach to organization design are high-engagement and speed. Advantages include:
- Commitment through inclusion: By including more participants in the design process, diverse perspectives are incorporated and commitment is increased.
- Priority information: The success of a rapid cycle is determined by the quality of information presented. Rapid Prototyping forces participants to quickly pinpoint information most relevant to the obstacle at hand.
- Organizational Agility: Prototyping can serve as a method for rapid redesigning, allowing organizations to quickly change directions in order to respond to emerging factors and changing times.
Organizations strive to optimize both their technological and human resources, and the generative design process employed by IPI change management consultants allows you to maximize your potential even in the most volatile of times. Rapid Prototyping abandons a traditional linear process in favor of one that incorporates as many participants as possible in order to create results that are self-sustaining. It is a method that allows an organization to achieve in days, or even hours, what had previously taken months. Rapid Prototyping can be used to aid in the creation of high performance work systems and to take existing systems from good to exceptional.