Organisational Architecture is a question of design and preparedness. It can be forged as a company grows and progresses, however, when transitional change is required, creating a clear strategy, armed with defined principles and shared intent, will more often than not, produce the best results.
At Bendelta, we facilitate the design of good business architecture. To do this, we ensure key executives and relevant stakeholders are not only well informed and instructed but also heavily involved and inspired. Strategy is thus collaboratively developed by the most relevant people and those who will live through its application.
We survey both the internal and external environments to gather the meaningful data that will be helpful for teams and organisations to understand and interpret their current situation, and bolster their thinking around ways to approach it in the future. We will prototype, stress test and iterate in a logically flowing sequence. And we will develop actionable outcomes with clear ownership.
Organisational transformation is assisted by our dedication to removing cultural, process, or systemic obstacles that distract your people from working more closely to their full potential. Through thorough and thoughtful questioning, our strategic facilitation will unlock the conversations that were otherwise hidden from sight.
A clear architecture that has been created by many knowledgeable hands will have a smoother adoption, less risk of re-engineering (change will be more ‘sticky’), greater buy-in and an accelerated path to achievement. It will have realistically sequenced, vetted timelines, and known ownership and responsibilities.
No two organisations are the same, so at Bendelta, we will always tailor our approach to suit the specific needs of our client. However, to provide an example, the following structure will offer some of the flavour of our work and how it may apply to a client.