organization design principles

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APA graduate writing

4 or more references

8 – 10 PowerPoint slides

8–10 PowerPoint slides with speaker notes of 200–250 words per slide

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Objectives are Incorporate the lessons learned from the course to demonstrate the potential application of these lessons in written and/or oral form.

Please make sure the slides has pictures and the slides are colorful.

A professional organizational design networking and learning society has requested that you share the learning and best practices from your entire experience with the redesign of Killer App Software. Create a PowerPoint presentation of 8–10 slides that discusses the following:

  • Briefly outline Killer App’s situation.
  • Explain your decisions, the redesign, and why you chose it.
  • Explain what organization design principles you have found to be the most insightful and useful when working with Killer App Software.
  • Explore best practices that can be leveraged to help a company in a similar situation.
  • Explain some likely pitfalls or mistakes to avoid in an organization redesign of this type.

Effective communication to stakeholders includes that too.

Check this article out for this project:

Abudi, G. (2013). Managing communications effectively and efficiently. Paper presented at PMI® Global Congress 2013—North America, New Orleans, LA. Newtown Square, PA: Project Management Institute

Your company, Organizing Companies for Performance, Inc., (OCPI) has a client that requests intervention. This client is a software company, Killer App Software, that grew from a husband and wife team to a staff of 170 in a few short years. There was no real organization design plan in play from the inception of the company. Instead, the company added staff and departments as they thought they were needed. The husband and wife who started the company still run it, but they want to retire in 3-5 years. They have asked you to lead a reorganization of the company that will allow the couple to meet their retirement goals and the company to run successfully after their retirement.

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