Organizational Design and Change Management

The organizational design practice is focused on diagnosing and redesigning the structure of an organization, including related processes, people, information and skills in such a way that it facilitates the workflow that establishes its mission, as well as its strategic and operational plan.

Thus, this practice includes the evaluation of organizational effectiveness as one that allows to diagnose whether the organizational model produces the results for which it has been created.

However, it is equally vital to have a change management process that acts effectively. A well structured process of change can achieve the support and commitments necessary to travel the road, identifying obstacles and preparing scenarios for variations thereof.

From the initial communication process to completion, TMC has accompanied various organizations to walk the path of organizational change in scenarios of varying difficulty.