February 6th 2019
Case Notes Compendium – Designing Adaptable Organisations for Tomorrow’s Challenges
Modern businesses experience many challenges in the face of the digital economy, with a need to balance agility against scale. This Case Notes Compendium draws together several examples of how businesses are responding to such challenges and adapting their organisation design to be fit-for-purpose in today's competitive, global and technology-driven landscape.
Case studies and topics include:
- Achieving Enterprise and Market Agility at Avanade and Unilever
- Agility and Digital Capability at L'Oreal
- Strategic Decentralisation at Imperial Brands
- Using OD to Develop Digital Capability at Rolls-Royce and Hilton
- Organisation Design and Strategic Direction Change at Tate &Lyle, and more.
The case studies and accompanying commentary are drawn from our research report - Designing Adaptable Organisations for Tomorrow's Challenges.
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