Each business model, the target position in the market, the strategic goals and the interests of shareholders, determine the best governance model and organizational structure. People must fit into the structures that serve the above-mentioned factors and never the other way around. As a basic principle, independence in the process of designing organizational structures is the only way to avoid loss of productivity and competitiveness.
Market evolution, shareholder changes and other variables determine change cycles in the field of Corporate Governance to better respond to the new challenges that need to be addressed. The definition of the model, roles and responsibilities is one of the most decisive and neglected variables in medium/large private organizations.
Re-designing Organizational Structures has a very strong impact on company’s performance towards the desired results. The design and alignment of the organizational structure requires a thorough understanding of the strategic goals and operational metrics of each business.
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