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HRM Asia HR Summit 2018 Jon Ingham Strategic Organisation Design


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Presentation on Strategic Organisation Design for the Digital Future of Work at HR Summit 2018 in Singapore

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HRM Asia HR Summit 2018 Jon Ingham Strategic Organisation Design

  1. 1. Strategic Organization Design for the Digital Future of Work Jon Ingham @joningham
  2. 2. HR’s Role in Digital Transformation = Organization Design Digital Business Use of disruptive technologies New business models Closer to customers Developing ecosystems Digital HR Use of disruptive technologies Supporting digital business New organization models Closer to employees Developing networks
  3. 3. The Need for Broader Integration McKinsey 7S Galbraith Star Organization Prioritization Model (OPM) © Jon Ingham, 2018
  4. 4. Poll Question 1: Which of these elements is the most important in your organization? a)  Connections b)  People c)  Infrastructure d)  Work
  5. 5. Horizontal teams Networks Simple groupings Communities Task focus, Extrinsic motivation Human focus, Intrinsic motivation Internal orientation, Exploitation of existing resources External orientation, Exploration of new opportunities © Jon Ingham, 2018 A Focus on Social Groups
  6. 6. Poll Question 2: Which of these is the main way you manage your organization? a)  Networks b)  Communities c)  Simple groupings d)  Horizontal teams
  7. 7. Prioritizing Organization Forms Connections People Infrastructure Work Networks Communities Simple Groupings Horizontal Teams © Jon Ingham, 2018
  8. 8. Using, not Implementing, an Organization Model Holacracy
  9. 9. Organization Enablers Connections People Infrastructure Work HR Enablers Work styles Work space Work place © Jon Ingham, 2018
  10. 10. Workplace Design Horizontal teams: •  Project rooms •  Break-out spaces and meeting rooms •  Team tables •  Team walls . Networks: •  Spaces for creativity and cooperative working •  Opportunities for informal conversation •  Plentiful white boards Functions: •  Group spaces (not necessarily desks) •  Access to quiet and small group areas •  Informal spaces . Communities: •  Huddle areas •  Relaxed, comfortable meeting spaces •  Supporting personal choice in locations © Jon Ingham, 2018
  11. 11. HR Enablers Connections People Infrastructure Work Work styles Work space Work place Groups and Links GradesCareers Reporting Arrange- ments Roles and Jobs © Jon Ingham, 2018
  12. 12. Jon Ingham +44 7904 185134