Creating A Mission Oriented Organisation Chart

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Creating A Mission Oriented Organisation Chart

  1. 1. Creating a Mission-OrientedOrganisation Chart<br />
  2. 2. Creating a Mission-Oriented Organisation Chart<br />Explanation of how Organisation Charts are designed<br />Summary of the steps to design a Mission-Oriented Organisation Chart<br />
  3. 3. An Organisation’s structure should help achievement of the Mission by removing obstacles<br />What is your Vision/Mission?<br />The Organisational Structure, and hence its Organisation Chart should not contain any blockages to achieving the Vision/Mission<br />
  4. 4. Organisational Design Theory<br />The design of an organisation is based on the inter-relationship between 4 elements:-<br />People - capabilities, personalities, commitment<br />Structure – the organisation chart<br />Routines – work procedures and legislative requirements<br />Corporate Culture – shared values and beliefs, language, norms<br />
  5. 5. Organisational Design Theory<br />The element of “Structure” has to be designed while keeping in mind the other elements or it will not work<br />The design of the Structure can be based on either:-<br />“the design of the organisation structure follows strategy” or<br />“the way the organisation structure works sets the context for strategy”<br />
  6. 6. The Structure follows strategy...or The Structure sets strategy?<br />“the organisation structure follows strategy”<br />A mission, goals and strategy are set, the organisation is designed to allow the strategy to be followed<br />“the organisation structure sets the context for strategy”<br />Due to the internal environment (organisational inertia/size, history, capabilities, resources) a desired strategy is compromised to a secondary achievable strategy<br />The reality is that in designing an organisation chart, you need to balance both – what you desire to achieve in time and what is achievable right now<br />
  7. 7. Steps to design a Mission-Oriented Organisation Chart<br />Create or review the Vision/Mission<br />Analyse and understand blockages in the current structure:-<br />People – capabilities, personalities, commitment<br />Culture – shared values and beliefs, norms<br />Routines – work procedures & legislative requirements<br />Structure – architecture of work<br />Design structure to suit fulfilment of Vision/Mission rather than to fulfil “tasks”<br />Detail “Roles” of teams and sections to clarify their part in achieving Vision/Mission<br />Model “What-If’s”<br />Communicate, sell, train, and implement<br />

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