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- Short-listed for CMI Management Book of the Year - 'Management Futures' Category 2017 (UK)
- Kogan Page Ltd
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- 4349:Standard Color 6.14 x 9.21 in or 234 x 156 mm (Royal 8vo) Perfect Bound on Standard 70 White w/
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"New organisational models are appearing all the time as we try to optimise the use of the most important of all our resources; our people. Bringing people data and analytics together with organisational design allows new levels of understanding to ensure the best outcome, aligned to the organisations strategy. This book provides great guidance and thinking on how to do this effectively."--Peter Cheese "Chief Executive, CIPD " "Morrison's dashing and enthusiastic style persuasively makes the case for using good data analytics as the basis for successful organization design. He confidently leads the reader through the process bringing his own experiences as supporting examples of the value of data. It's not all numbers. He doesn't forget the politics and culture stuff at play contending that data helps in working with these aspects of complex organizational design. It's a book now on my 'recommend' list."--Naomi Stanford, PhD. "Organisation Design Consultant " "This book puts into words what I've been trying to explain for years. Managers should read this book to become more data-driven; data-driven people should read it to understand the imperatives of management."--Stephane Hamel "Digital Analytics Thought Leader, Immeria " "The book offers corporate HR specialists a number of useful perspectives and extensive practical advice. The author builds on extensive experience dealing with real situations in companies, discussing needs for tradeoffs and balancing acts that all executives experience as a way to handle complexity in interdependencies of all kinds. ...I think HR managers and professionals, managers and analysts in planning and process development functions as well as executives who would like to know more about how the HR function could be developed would benefit from reading this book."--Jan-Ake Karlsson "Senior Partner, Enhancer Consulting " "Rupert Morrison has produced an important contribution to the field of organization design and organization effectiveness. ...Data-Driven Organization Design approaches the subject from the vantage point of Stratum IV, that level of managerial work often called general management where strategy is translated into practical operations, where various functional work processes like sales and manufacturing and customer service need to be balanced and integrated. This is the great strength of the book. Starting with the foundations that the organization is a system, that organizational data are hierarchical, and that organization data are messy, he shows how use of data and analytics can build persuasive business cases for improvement. He links strategy with structural options and shows practical ways of aligning objectives with performance, designing for fixed processes and for dynamic processes like projects. ...I recommend Data-Driven Organization Design to those seriously interested in the field."--Donald V. Fowke FCMC "Chairman, Global Organization Design Society " "The book is extremely practical and visual. This makes it easy to follow and apply the learnings to a work setting immediately. It also brings a lot of new approaches to traditional problems helping to think around many of the challenges people might face when doing an organisation design and handling organisational data. ...This book could change any function handling organisational data. If you want to be at the forefront of HR or OD and want to start leading the business with people decisions you have to read this book." --Becky Statham "My HR Careers " "The book felt quite positive and jaunty, despite being a clearly specialist, focussed read. It is worthy of significant consideration!" --Darren Ingram "Autamme.com "
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Rupert Morrison is the CEO of Concentra, a leading analytics company and winner of the Technology Innovation Award 2011 in The Sunday Times Tech Track 100. He led the creation of OrgVue, a solution for HR analytics, organization design and workforce planning. Rupert's aim is to revolutionize the way people see, plan and manage their organizations to gain competitive advantage. His approach combines his experiences of running a tech firm with supply chain optimization, capacity planning and organization design projects.
Section - ONE: Introduction; Chapter - 1.1: Data Driven Organization Design; Chapter - 1.2: Challenges; Chapter - 1.3: Foundations and core concepts; Section - TWO: Macro Design; Chapter - 2.1: Introduction Chapter - 2.2: Strategy articulation and design criteria; Chapter - 2.3: Structural options and business case; Section - THREE: Micro Design; Chapter - 3.1: Introduction; Chapter - 3.2: The data goldmine; Chapter - 3.3: Objectives management; Chapter - 3.4: Fixed process design; Chapter - 3.5: Dynamic process design; Chapter - 3.6: Competency management; Chapter - 3.7: Rightsizing; Section - FOUR: Making it Real; Chapter - 4.1: Introduction; Chapter - 4.2: Common traps; Chapter - 4.3: HOWWIP; Chapter - 4.4: Implementation; Chapter - 4.5: Workforce planning; Chapter - 4.6: Talent management, succession development and planning; Chapter - 4.7: Organizational getting things done; Chapter - 4.8: Sustaining the edge