Executive MBA - Henley Business School Finland

Organisational Design Masterclass

A masterclass to help you understand how to develop and refine your organisation's design in order to facilitate better business performance.

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Organisational design is the process of aligning the structure, workflows and resources of an organisation with its objectives in order to improve efficiency and effectiveness. The need for organisational design can come from mergers, new products and services, cost reduction initiatives and broad change initiatives.

The Organisational Design Masterclass is a live-online programme that covers what organisational design is and how to implement it in your organisation, with practical examples.

Key benefits

For individuals

  • Understand and articulate the difference good design can make to the effectiveness and efficiency of your organisation
  • Develop in-demand skills as an organisational design practitioner, understanding your existing strengths and development needs
  • Gain methodologies, tools and frameworks that you can immediately apply
  • Collaborate with peers in a supportive learning environment

For businesses

  • Organisational design is essential for organisations to remain agile and competitive. Building your capabilities in this area supports your organisation’s future effectiveness and efficiency

Programme Director

Paul Lambert - Henley Business School Finland

Paul Lambert

Programme Director, People & Organisational Change

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