Orga­niza­ti­on Design

Orga­niza­ti­on design is more than just defi­ning an orga­niza­tio­nal chart that depicts the orga­niza­ti­on and shows the dis­tri­bu­ti­on of respon­si­bi­li­ties and decis­i­on-making pro­ces­ses. Every com­pa­ny is a social sys­tem in which peo­p­le with dif­fe­rent goals, know­ledge and skills work tog­e­ther. In orga­niza­ti­on design, all the essen­ti­al ele­ments are ana­ly­zed and opti­mi­zed. This invol­ves the “hard” fac­tors of the orga­niza­ti­on (struc­tu­re, tasks, roles, respon­si­bi­li­ties), but also the “soft” fac­tors such as cul­tu­re, coope­ra­ti­on, moti­va­ti­on and skills of the employees.