Once a strategic direction has been identified, a company may need to revamp its organization structure to make it work.
The process begins by determining from the strategic plan what changes the company intends to make relative to its previous direction.
Next, a thorough analysis is made of the organization including in-depth interviews with the key members including testing to identify strengths and weaknesses, etc.
Feedback takes the form of a reporting letter consisting of observations and recommendations.
The result is a cleaner, leaner, more strategically designed organization, better equipped to fulfill its mission.