Change with Impact

Organisational design

Making organisational design and strategy work hand in hand

By aligning your company’s organisational design with its strategic intent, your management team will be better equipped to achieve targets and help push the company forward to meet new challenges.

Organisational design

Whatever the reason for making company changes – a merger, changing market conditions, cutting costs or change for the sake of change – most management executives have a tendency to consider the big questions but stop short when it comes to the detail. It could be that this process is too complex, they prefer looking at the big picture, or they do not have the right tools. But how can a company improve its performance if its operations stay the same?

Organisations are complex. When you examine one key aspect, you unleash a deluge of associated factors that need to be considered. At Implement, we recommend matching the organisational design with your company’s strategic intent – and involving employees in making it happen. We help you assess which elements you should keep, and which elements you should weed out. This approach allows you to design the right organisation as you move forward. The result? A well-optimised company which can quickly respond to new challenges.

Featured clients

Maersk Line
Global Sales Transformation
Maersk Line is fundamentally changing the conversation with its customers as a key enabler in producing top-tier performance in a tough market. Maersk Line divisions all over the world have already noted behavioural changes in key areas. Several improved business impact cases, where both customers and Maersk Line realised more value, have been documented.
Smart choices in uncertain times
The Danish electric mobility operator CLEVER A/S has turned traditional strategic thinking upside down to overcome challenges in an immature industry and to pave the way for the mass-market breakthrough of the electric vehicle.
How a new and powerful project organisation transformed the company
In just two years, KMD has adapted to completely new market and investor demands. This was achieved by transforming a chaotic myriad of projects into a transparent, value-driven portfolio overview spearheaded by capable project managers. The effect is increased internal satisfaction combined with multi-million savings obtained through a tighter focus on costs and optimisation of project execution.