Organisational structure and process optimisation aligns the strategic goals of businesses, encompasses the roles and accountabilities of organisation units and their people, measures the organisation performance, and defines how workgroups will operate together and the mechanisms required to make them effective.
An organisation’s design is closely linked to its structure. However, our benefit is muchmore than just a new organisational chart, process map, methodology or simple list of organisational units. A part of our solution is identifying and designing the basic elements of how an enterprise is built up, then evaluating these issues in light of the company’s vision for change, strategy, and critical success factors. Inefficient processes and structural problems are often the core of poor work performance. Organisational design problems may be indicated by following symptoms:
PwC can help companies reduce costs and boost the efficiency of their business processes or organisation without neglecting corporate governance or compliance and security issues in any way. We help you address the following questions:
PwC can help you lower costs and increase efficiency while adhering to risk management and compliance requirements. Together with your employees, we will ensure that your processes are simplified and accelerated, costs lowered and the new organisation structure implemented. PwC offers professional and methodological expertise for optimising processes and improving the organisational structure.
We take into account not only the structure, roles and responsibilities and current business processes, but all operational factors such as people, technology, external environment, and corporate performance. Our attention is focused on understanding processes, the organisational structure, and stakeholder, manager, and employee interests. Our projects make use of the know-how of each of our departments to find the best overall solution:
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