Organizational Design: An Essential HR Capability

HR409
$1995.00
[Seats in this session are limited. Please call 866-470-1922 to register.]
Tuesday, April 14, 2015 - 9:00am to Wednesday, April 15, 2015 - 4:30pm
16 East 34th Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10016

Faculty

Amy Kates

Organization Design has become a crucial offering of the set of organization development services that internal HR and OD professionals are being asked to provide to their clients. This course will allow participants to better understand organization design and how it fits within the context of broader organizational development work (i.e., the interrelationship between organizational structure and all other levels of performance).

This two-day program is a highly interactive and practical mix of concepts, examples from leading companies, practice against a case, and application to real participant situations.

Key Topics

  • Create alignment between components of the organization and the overall corporate framework
  • Demonstrate consulting and analytical skills by using tools to ask the right questions, clarify needs, identify underlying business drivers, and propose actionable options
  • Articulate the alternatives available in organization design, the business needs they serve, the advantages and disadvantages of various options, and anticipate and plan for unintended consequences
  • Contract with and influence line clients balance a facilitative and expert role