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004 Organizational alignment

“Structure follows strategy “ – A. Chandler, 1962

To achieve results, your organization must be designed in such a way that it can implement the strategy you developed.
This means aligning the five major components of the organization so that they reinforce one another.

Strategy

Strategy

Structure

Structure

Processes

Processes

Metrics

Metrics & Rewards

People

People

Determines your
goals and direction,
value proposition
and competitive
advantage, priorities
and trade-offs.
Determines the
location of decision making power in the
organization.
Must be aligned
both with the basis
of your competitive advantage and your strategic focus.
 
The sequence and flow 
of work and information
within the organization. Ultimately this generates
a customer-valued outcome, so it must reflect your competitive advantage and value proposition.
Influences the motivation
and behavior of people.
Must reflect your strategic goals and focus.                   
HR policies which
define the employee profile, and influence mind-sets, and skills.

 

Most strategy consultants stop after the strategy is developed. Rotem Strategy takes a more comprehensive approach. Before developing the strategy we analyze your organization to understand what can and cannot be achieved. After the strategy is developed, we make sure that all five organizational components are aligned with the chosen strategy. And we provide the recommendations and change management processes to make the necessary adjustments to your organizational system so that your organization can implement the chosen strategy.