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24 Truths about Organizational Design: Insights from the 12th Annual Organization Design and Diagnostics Conference

A number of companies have found that dismantling their top-down silos and replacing them with cross-functional teams works best when it comes to keeping up with disruption and rapid change. They have also found that aligning new corporate structures and ways of working around a mission, vision, core values, and future strategy makes the transition easier. The organization design function can help companies manage such a restructuring by training employees and leaders in desired behaviors, communicating the change plan, and assisting the organization in executing day-to-day work.

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