Published

13

May

2021

Podcast

Organizational Structure is Irrelevant, Except When it Isn’t

The Importance of Organizational Structure in Ops Model Transformation

From podcast host Chris Surdak.

"In our Next Generation Operating Model research a key finding was that changes to organizational structure typically have little positive impact on organizational performance, and more often than not they have a negative impact.

Organizational Structure is Irrelevant, Except When it Isn’t

Photo by Xuan Nguyen on Unsplash

This notion flies in the face of decades of management theory, and initially rubbed my colleague, Lem Lasher the wrong way. Join this conversation between Lem and myself as we find the common ground in our perspectives that organizational structure can actually be extremely important to generating operational results, but it is only a small piece of the entire puzzle."

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