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Organizational model for International Operations
Andrea Tedone, Senior Project Manager, Italy, Member
We are moving our Ops department (IT, Back-office & Organization) from a Local approach to a Regional one, in which the COO becomes a Regional one whereas IT, Back-office and Organization Directors remain at the Local level. Which organizational model (+ hints & tips) would you suggest in such a scenario? Thanks Andrew (aka Testo)
 

 
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khalid
For local ones, it's best to use supportive models of organization. Because you have to depend on many managers on these departments, it's better to set a GOAL for these local ofices.
For regional, you can use a collegial model. Coz, here you have to deal with the employers at the highest level of your organization.
It's always a good practiceto use more than one model. All the best.
 

 
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David Wilson, Manager, Canada, Premium Member
You can use a centralized or decentralized model with distributed sites. You can also use a federated version. Have you considered a "Shared Services Model" (Quinn, Cooke, & Kris; 2000)?
 

     
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