Organizational Design and Levels of Work
The Use of Requisite Organization Principles at LFG
Presented by Jim McNamara
In this session you'll explore a foundational approach to structure design that has more than 50 years of research and international application. Requisite Organization Principles enable more consistency, fairness, trust and empowerment for leadership, management and individual contributors across the organization.
Join us to gain a high level of understanding of the Requisite level of work approach to organizational design.
This approach enables organizations to understand the work of the organization from a complexity perspective which provides a framework for the design of structures that clearly address business objectives, promote value-adding managerial relationships, deliever mutual trust, respect and transparency among staff, management and across organizational boundaries.
Jim McNamara joined Lincoln Financial Group in July of 2012. At his previous employer, First National Bank of Omaha, he worked across all levels of the enterprise assissting management and leadership representatives to design and implement effective and efficient organizational structures in alignment with strategic and tactical business objectives. He also participated in the design and implementation of Organizational Effectiveness program initiatives such as: Management Development, Performance Management, Talent Inventory, Role Clarity, Engagement Building, and Corporate Organizational Design Philosophy.