As organizations grow and move through business cycles, they must be able to adapt their knowledge, systems, and processes to capitalize on their potential and achieve sustained success. The challenges presented by today’s rapidly changing business environment require organizations to be proactive in embracing and anticipating changes to remain competitive. To help businesses succeed in that environment, The Faurote Group works with organizations to create, manage, and implement positive change to achieve organizational goals.
Organizational development is based on behavioral science knowledge and practice including leadership, group dynamics, and work design. It integrates these activities with the more “macro” approaches of the company such as organizational strategy, structure, and environmental pressures. While it sounds scientific and complicated, it is not. Simply put, our process is designed to help you create a working environment where employees can excel relative to organizational strategy requirements, to their ambitions, and to their professional desires.
Our intent in working with you in organizational development is to help you strengthen and build your organization. To that end, The Faurote Group explores your needs in three key categories of organizational development: interpersonal, technological, and structural. The interpersonal category deals with individual and group work relationships between and among employees. The technological category focuses on processes, such as job design, job simplification and work flow analysis, to ensure that the processes provide adequate resources to achieve the organization’s goals. The structural category includes how the structure of the organization is helping or hindering the organization in the successful achievement of its goals.
The Faurote Group’s experienced professionals can help you identify organizational issues in one or more of these categories and work collaboratively toward a solution that fits your needs and provides positive organizational impact.