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Advanced Topics in Organization Design

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The Advanced Topics workshop entails pre-reading, a project requiring participant design case preparation, and peer and faculty consultation about company projects.

Design Topics

  • The Global Organization
  • Designing for Innovation and Growth
  • The Knowledge Organization
  • Support Services
  • Mergers and Acquisitions

Design Processes and Implementation

  • Organizational Design Processes / Frameworks
  • Implementation of New Designs

What Participants Say About the Workshop

  • “This has been a great seminar. There was no part of any day that wasn’t a 5 rating and extremely interesting throughout.”
  • “The Advanced Topics Organization Design Workshop anchored my learnings about organization design. Application of the fundamentals from the first session to a back-on-the-job case brings deeper understanding and skills.”
  • “One-on-one coaching and feedback ensured I was supported at each step. Learning from peers in multiple industries helps you see the core of the work, and it also developed great relationships that endure to this day.”
  • “The Advanced Topics Workshop pulled together the real-life application of skills to a business situation. Overall, one of my best professional development experiences ever.”
  • “I truly enjoyed this seminar. It gave me a chance to examine the complexity and systems view of my organization.”

Who should attend

This session is open only to individuals who have already attended Part I: Strategic Organization Design Workshop (or other CEO Organization Design Workshop).


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