Part 4

Use Your Organization Structure To Drive Accountability

Holding Company, Divisions, Departments, Teams and Job Descriptions

To Calmly Manage The Cycle of Uncomfortable Leadership Moments Use Your Organization Structure To Drive Accountability

Organization Structure defines how activities are structured to achieve your goals. It is the foundation for establishing job responsibilities, accountability, and delegation of decision-making authority. It consists of your:

  • Legal Structure for holding and operating companies.
  • Channel Structure for products/services, geography, industry, customer size, etc. 
  • Department Structure for sales and marketing, delivery of offerings, shared services approach.
  • Decision-making delegation – – centralized or decentralized.
  • Span of Control approach – – the number of employees reporting to one manager.
  • Work Specialization – – generalists or specialist job descriptions.

Four Steps To Ensure Your Organization Structure Addresses Uncomfortable Leadership Moments

Step 1

Assess your organization structure and it’s viability to drive accountability.

Step 2

Design/Redesign your organization structure to drive accountability at all levels of your company.

Step 3

Workshops To Build/Update product/service, applications, pricing, industry, geographic, customer and competitor plans

Step 4

Set-up Alignment Monitoring to identify changes to plans, forecasts, procedures, technology, people management, a.