Organizational Alignment

Maximize the impact of your organizational design

Executives understand that it is only through people that a great strategy can be effectively executed. After the strategy has been set, the next question we are often asked is, “is the team properly organized to execute on the new priorities?” This is where organizational design comes in, aligning teams to deliver effectively.

Getting to the root cause of the issue

Conflicts that are inherent in a structure can sometimes surface in interpersonal tensions. Leaders who have accountability without sufficient authority often get frustrated with “peers” who are in a position of authority over them.  We can help you create better alignment between authority and accountability which can lead to increased cohesiveness and effectiveness of the team.

Adam W. Silver

Adam W. Silver

M.A. Econ, B.A. (Hon)

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Form follows function

Our professionals use a toolkit of organizational structure best practices to ensure your people are aligned to your business goals. Whether you’ve prioritized reducing costs, growing market share or increasing customer focus, we’ll help you ensure your team is structured most effectively.

Developing the right structure for your unique needs

There is no perfect organizational structure, but when your processes and your people are aligned with your business strategy, you’re on the right track. Our professionals can help you get there. We’ll work with you to understand your business and your people, and we’ll help your team align on a set of values and priorities that will get you where you want to go.

Meet your team

Our professionals start by fully understanding the culture, roles and responsibilities of your team and how they all connect to your strategy and objectives, before moving around the lines and boxes of an organizational chart.

Meet the team