Structuring an Organization Using Value-Based Teams

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Hong Sun, Management Consultant, Canada
Changes in organization structure can be a critical part of an organization's agile transformation. One such change is the construction of value-based streams or teams rather than using traditional silo functions. Hereunder are four steps to shift an organization's structure from traditional silo functions into an agile one using value based teams and streams:
  1. IDENTIFY VALUE DRIVERS To change an organization's structure into value based teams, the first thing to do is to identify the value drivers of the organization in order to structure the business into appropriate value streams. Value drivers are values that distinguish the company's products and services in its customers' point of view, such as customer segment, product category, geographic area, or sales channel, etc.
  2. IDENTIFY VALUE CREATION CONTRIBUTORS The second step is to identify the contributors in each value creation process or value chain. Basically, anyone that is indispensable in converting the (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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