Driving Success in Organizational Design | Training Industry
The world in which we work is changing quickly and leaders find themselves evaluating their organization’s structure more frequently as a result. Organization design is a process of aligning and optimizing organizational capabilities, structure, processes, people, and metrics to drive achievement of the organization’s strategy. This process should be driven by a multidisciplinary team of experts, including training practitioners in order to maximize organization design success. This article will focus on the key role training practitioners play in organization design by enabling employees with the skills they need to be successful in a shift to new ways of working, expected behaviors, and culture change.
This article touches on the following key concepts:
- Why training practitioners should have a seat at the organization design table.
- Strategies training practitioners can use to enable successful organization change.
- The outcomes and benefits of having training practitioners involved in organization design decisions and activities.