Organizational management strategies involve changes to organizational structure, roles, responsibilities or business processes. Some of these strategies can result in changes to the organizational structure, such as changing the ratio of staff, consultants and management personnel in an agency’s workforce.

Some examples include:

  • Adoption of lean business processes to improve efficiency and effectiveness
  • Conscious change management to educate the workforce on new approaches
  • Reorganization of the agency to shift staff and resources where they are most needed
  • Performance management methods to monitor and help improve performance
  • Changing organizational culture to achieve a specific outcome, like increased innovation

The capabilities that are built through these strategies include:

  • The capability to manage and embrace change
  • The capability to quickly adjust strategies to address change
  • The capability to create a culture of innovation