Organizational Strategy and Design Series
Many companies piece together employees without considering team dynamics, and they appoint leaders who might be excellent individual contributors but who lack the self-awareness and/or motivation needed to effectively inspire employees. When teams and leaders are designed ad hoc like this, results suffer.
In this course series, you’ll learn how to intentionally approach the design of the organization, its leadership, its team dynamics, and its culture. When the design of an organization is approached intentionally and strategically—supported by people data—companies have a much better chance of achieving their desired business objectives.
What you'll learn
- How to select the right organizational structure for your organization
- How to build and enhance executive team dynamics
- How to adjust strategic priorities in times of change and crisis
- How team composition can impact the likelihood of achieving key objectives.
How to realign strategy and capabilities in times of crisis
Recalibrating your strategy will likely involve tough decisions. Senior leaders will be tasked with assessing the strength of the business—and, by extension, the underlying components, resources, and people under their purview. They’ll be faced with having to make decisions about which capabilities to retain and which to let go.
Enhancing executive team dynamics
Selecting and changing your organization structure
How team make up impacts execution
Organization strategy and design quiz