Fix Organization Structure Issues

Companies tend to organize by functions:  Sales, materials, finance, manufacturing, product development, marketing, etc.  But nearly all organizations produce value through a relatively small number of processes that go across functions.  The leaders of the functions focus on building their own organizations, but overall management needs to be far more focused on those key cross-functional processes — the value chain.  Where does it tend to break-down?  Where can it be faster?  How can it yield greater value?
Problems in the value chain become larger and larger if they are not addressed.
What are your value-producing processes?  Who is over-seeing them, improving their speed and yield?
Copyright 2018 Bob Legge
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