As a business owner do you find you are wearing too many hats? If so you may need to run an organisational review on your business.
In order for a business to run effectively and efficiently there needs to be a clear organisation chart, which visually defines departments, functions, roles and responsibilities. Not only for the current structure, but also for one that is scalable for future growth.
- Do you have clearly defined departments and functions within your organisation?
- Does every employee have clarity about their role and responsibilities?
- Do you have job descriptions for every role in your organisation?
Robson Laidler can assist you to construct your own organisation chart, giving you clarity of the key functions within your business and who has responsibility for them. An updated organisation chart will allow your business to be more sustainable, scalable and, ultimately, saleable.
Who should get an organisational review?
If the number of tasks you’re trying to complete leaves you feeling overstretched, or you have employees who could be supporting you more, then we recommend this service. It’s an opportunity for you to define who should be doing what to improve efficiency and give you more time to concentrate on your key activities.
What is involved?
The organisational review process will take a full day; we can, however, meet with you over two half-day sessions if you’d prefer. During the review, we will:
- Discuss the five fundamentals to develop an organisation chart
- Discuss the four key principles you must adhere to when developing or modifying your organisation chart
- Review our structured process for creating an organisation chart
- Utilise our organisation chart template
- Recommend the next steps to take to develop your first draft
When should I have a session?
If no clear job roles and position responsibilities exist within your organisation then we advise that you begin this project as soon as possible. If you are planning for expansion this will help to clarify roles and responsibilities required for a sustainable, scalable, and saleable organisation.
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