Organization Design Template (16 slides)
Review the organizational structure for a function in your government agency.
Organization design template (generic)
A high level work plan and template to help design the optimal service delivery model and organizational structure. All the key design elements are addressed (see preview chart images):
- Scope of organization activities, objectives and desired outcomes
- The case for change—strengths, weaknesses and key challenges
- Sector trends and the strategic directions and priorities of the organization
- Key organization capabilities required (key success factors)
- Organizational design criteria
- Stakeholders and their responsibilities
- Stakeholder expectations of the organization
- Trends in client demand and workload
- Organization activities, tasks, outputs and resources required
- Service delivery model options
- Alignment of functions with the preferred service delivery model
- Key positions, and skills and competencies required in the way ahead.
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Organization design model examples
Decentralized delivery model. Each program/sector/region carries out policy/advisory and transactional activities. A corporate group provides functional direction, establishes organization-wide policies and standards, and advises senior management.
Corporate strategic delivery model. The corporate group provides organization-wide strategic management support and functional direction; each program/ sector/region delivers policy/advisory and transactional activities.
Mixed model. A centralized corporate group delivers transactional activities and provides functional direction. Each program/ sector/region has its own policy/advisory team.
Centralized distributed model. A centralized corporate group delivers policy/advisory and transactional activities on behalf of programs, sectors and regions. Local advisors reporting to corporate are dedicated to the branches, sectors and regions.
Centralized delivery model. A centralized corporate group delivers all policy/advisory and transactional activities on behalf of the organization.