Organizational Engineering

Support future success with organizational engineering

What does your company's organizational structure look like years from now? How will you support the future scope of activities? What new positions will need to be created to ensure success?

Organizational engineering helps define your business's future organizational structure, including its size and complexity, and allows you determine what will be needed to support the new scope of activities. 

Decision Associates' talented consultants help your organization define the key roles and associated activities for leaders within your future organization. We work with you to identify the skills and educational requirements that will be necessary to support your future organization, as well as what types of candidates you will need to recruit. 

Focusing on outcomes

Our organizational engineering consultants help you plan for the outcomes you desire in the future and the critical achievements necessary for success. We assess the current state of your business and its talent, identifying any gaps that may exist.

We work with you to develop a tailored development plan for specific individuals within the organization that include specific timelines and expected outcomes. We also outline a plan for strategic hires that meet future positional requirements.

Contact Decision Associates to learn more.

"In my Decision Associates Peer Group, I learned to truly 'think outside the box' and consider new avenues to grow my business. The experience was invaluable. while our group members came from different industries, we looked to each other for advice, encouragement and support to address the issues in our own companies. Decision Associates challenged us to address the issues that were tough but had the most impact on our business. I feel strongly enough about it that I have asked my boys to become part of this upcoming peer group; it will be one of the best things I can do for their growth."

~ Jim Willats, President
Machining Concepts

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