Organization Design (OD)


Organization design helps companies become more agile and better able to deal with the complexities of today's environment. As such, organization design is a systematic process of implementing effective organizational change. The objective is to improve the organization's capacity to handle its internal and external functioning and relationships. It also entails more effective decision processes, more appropriate leadership styles as well as improved skills in dealing with destructive conflict.

Several crucial questions have to be answered:

  • How can companies' strategic objectives be translated into requirements for the organizational structure?
  • How can accountabilities better be aligned with the organization's overall setup?
  • What characteristics must be installed to become a high-performance organization (e.g. lean, fast)?


  • Defining a new organizational structure for a plant engineering company
  • Developing a new organizational structure for a company in the HVAC business
  • Developing and dimensioning a new holding company organization for a listed conglomerate
  • Defining a new organizational structure for an automotive supplier
  • Reorganizing a company active in the automotive supplier and mechanical engineering industry; optimizing the structure of value added; supporting the strategy development process
  • Defining and implementing a new organization for a contractor
  • Providing support in further developing the strategy and organization of a component manufacturer