Markets and customers never stand still and are subject to changes. This means having to adapt your organisation repeatedly, sometimes with baby steps, at other times with major changes. A flexible and professional organisation requires a clear organisation structure with defined roles and responsibilities. However, this shouldn’t lead to an unbending, bureaucratic system. Instead, it should enable ownership, collaboration and entrepreneurship to spread throughout the entire organisation.
Creating new organisation structures and their associated management models is a core strength of Gwynt. Our starting point is always dovetailing your organisation’s structure with your customer base (from the outside in). And ensuring the various disciplines within your company can communicate easily and collaborate effectively.
Every employee needs to understand their responsibilities and know to whom they report. That is why restructuring the organisation often involves redefining employee roles and meeting structures. Lines of accountability will no longer run vertically but horizontally, and meetings will focus on effective and action-oriented decisions. Naturally, we consider human and cultural aspects when creating a new structure. After all, the new organisation model must be accepted by all if you’re to achieve your goals and a culture of continuous improvement.