Understand Why

Organization re-design should only be embarked on as a solution when there is clarity on what the organization is trying to solve for.

Leverage Principles

Well-defined design principles guide the design effort—informing grouping, linkages and collaboration.

Clarify Accountability

In a well-designed organization, your teams and individuals know what they’re accountable for and how their performance will be measured.

Define Collaboration

Your organization design effort must define how individuals will interact with each other—as if it’s a new choreography.

Why work with Blue-Mark?

Rigorous analysis is crucial to impactful changes. Whether you’re assessing the effectiveness of a role, a team, a division or an entire enterprise, we can help you ask the right questions to get the most effective solutions.

Thorough Assessment

Gather insights and opinions from stakeholders at all levels.

Role Clarity

Establish clear accountability and authority at the organization, function, team and individual level.

Quality Design

Design functions, teams and roles in support of your business strategy and goals.

Effective Interactions

Improve team-to-team interactions through facilitation-based solutions.

Are you ready to improve the effectiveness of your team?

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Blue-Mark takes a focused and balanced approach. They have deep design experience and effectively engage with all levels of an organization to ensure they fully understand the business and how things operate in practice. As a result, the client gets tangible insights and recommendations that are meaningful.
- Senior Vice President, Human Resources & Corporate Communications Sector

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