Over the time, the needs of the company in particular HR sub-function can change as well as new industry regulations can create new opportunity or restrict certain activities. Let’s see …
Uniquely suited for organisations operating in dynamic environments
Organic organisations thrive in dynamic market environments. Companies adopting organic Target Operating Models become agile and can change themselves rapidly with fluctuating market conditions.
Creates structures that are flat with better information flows and reduced overhead
Decision making is faster in organic organisations because knowledge and information reside where they are needed. By increasing spans and eliminating layers of command, management overhead is dramatically reduced.
Motivates teams to perform better and increases employee engagement
Responsibility and ownership are team based in an organic organisation. This fosters innovation, increases each individual’s involvement in final result and lessens impact of ‘hero culture’ and job disillusionment.
Places emphasis on service orientation and customer satisfaction
The main purpose of every team in an organic organisation is to increase customer satisfaction – whether internal or external, not to please the boss. If a team does not deliver, it ceases to exist.