Organizational Design & Effectiveness Manager
Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
Participate in cross-functional teams to: diagnose organization effectiveness issues, collect and analyze qualitative and quantitative data as part of that analysis, generate human capital recommendations to address performance gaps and build required capability, and craft high-impact implementation plans.
Partner with Organizational Design & Effectiveness Director and senior leadership to activate an organizational strategy, including structure and process, to align with the newly defined organizational designs.
Provide end-to-end business partner management, including consultation, diagnostics, planning, implementation, and evaluation.
Understands business strategy of business units and help them align and execute on future organization models; including possible Matrix structures.
Provides organizational effectiveness support to business leaders across the enterprise to help facilitate optimal team and departmental performance.
Design organizational structures and operating models in line with the business strategy
Partner with business leaders to drive optimal ways to set up reporting and team structures.
Leverage data and analytics to provide insights into organizational design opportunities.
Develop HR leaders and business leaders understanding of key organizational design concepts.
Drive agile business models where relevant across the business.
Partner on organizational transformation efforts to identify and implement organizational design and effectiveness priorities.
Requires a BA/BS in Organization Development, Management, HR Development or related field; 8-10 years of experience in organizational development/effectiveness training and development; process improvement and/or project management.
Experience influencing teams and executing projects in a large, Matrix organization highly desired.
Experience creating and implementing OD/OE strategies preferred.
Healthcare experience preferred.
M&A experience preferred.