Organisational Design’s Principles

Organisational Design's Principles

Organisations have to identify their Vision, Mission, Values and long-term business goals before they can identify specific strategies. While these are unlikely to need to change in the short-term, it is possible that strategies may change to reflect the changing operating environment. So, given these long-term basics:

1. Structure follows Strategy and Processes.

2. Competency requirements are defined by Strategy, Structure and Processes.

3. Span of control and co-ordination of work drives costs.




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