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Why do 70% of organizational changes fail? Why do employees have to endure negative and repeated reorganizations? Higher success rates require a multidisciplinary approach along with a full view of the business ecosystem. When approached this way, success rates jump dramatically! This book builds upon the body of knowledge in organizational design and explores how to approach the design of organizations to drive and sustain business performance improvement. The methods and models put forth, focus on the integration of organizational design with other disciplines that collectively improve the business ecosystem such as: Value Chain, Supply Chain, Value Disciplines, Lean Sigma, Business Process Management, Workforce Automation, Systems Thinking, Organizational Capabilities, Project Management, and Change Management. The business ecosystems viewpoint makes this book applicable and valuable to boards, executive management, organizational design practitioners, and human resources professionals.
DECIDE to Thrive
Improving Business Performance through Decision Effectiveness
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Lead with confidence through improved Decision Effectiveness!
Achieve: Clarity – Quality – Speed – Effort – Yield
Learn how to LEAD your business teams to make better decisions that drive powerful business performance!
Much of what’s available on decision making focuses on the individual and popular psychology. We’ve researched and refined all of this information through years of consulting engagements. In this book you’ll find a practical and application-based approach for leading teams through decision effectiveness.
Combine DECISION EFFECTIVENESS with other performance disciplines to achieve HIGH success rates!
You will benefit if you experience the following:
Repeated and ineffective organizational restructuring?
Over-application of processes: bloating and taxing ?
Lack of empowerment and low employee engagement?
Too many business initiatives? Lack of organizational alignment