Organizational Structure

Organizational structure is the basis of how the organization operates, according to departments, products and hierarchical order.
The purpose of the organizational structure is to formulate an understanding of how the company is going to work at the operational level.

As business consultants, we often work with clients looking to create or improve their company structure. The company structure refers to the way a business is organized, including how tasks and responsibilities are divided, how decisions are made and how information flows within the organization. A well-planned company structure is essential for achieving business goals, optimizing operations and ensuring long-term success.

One of the main reasons why an effective company structure is important is that the right structure helps to clarify roles and responsibilities. When employees know what is expected of them and how their work fits into the bigger picture, they are more likely to feel motivated and engaged. A clear company structure can also help prevent confusion and conflict about who is responsible for what, which can improve collaboration and communication within the organization.

In addition, a good company structure can help streamline operations and improve efficiency. By dividing tasks and responsibilities in a logical way, businesses can streamline their processes and reduce redundancy. This can lead to faster delivery times, higher quality products and services, and lower costs.

How can we create the ideal organizational structure for our company?

There are few steps you can do:

Define your business goals and strategy

Before you can design a company structure, you need to know what you are trying to achieve as a business. Identify your long-term goals and the strategies you will use to achieve them.

Identify your current structure

Look at your current company structure and identify any areas that are causing problems or could be improved. Consider factors such as communication, decision-making and efficiency.

Set-up the ideal structure 

Based on your business goals and the strengths and weaknesses of your current structure, determine the ideal company structure for your business. Consider factors such as the size and complexity of your organization, your industry, and your culture.

Share the new structure with the employees

After you have planned the new company structure, it is important to communicate it clearly to your employees. Explain the rationale behind the new structure and how it will benefit the organization as a whole.


The structures of society are not set in stone. It’s important to monitor the effectiveness of your new structure and make adjustments as needed to ensure it continues to support your business goals.

The division of duties into departments, the way of working between departments and the form of interfacing.

Many companies work in an organizational structure that doesn’t really match the way they work.

This causes a lack of proper and efficient functioning.

As the company is smaller in terms of personnel, the organizational structure is flat, leaner and easy to monitor and share data.

As the company gets bigger, the organizational structure works in a more hierarchical manner with many roles and this is in order to control the large number of employees which creates a lot of interference and is accompanied by more extensive supervision.

The stage where companies need a change in the organizational structure is to increase/decrease activity.

As soon as a company grows and hires more employees, opens more departments, penetrates new markets, develops more products – it is necessary to reorganize the organizational structure.

In conclusion, creating an efficient company structure is essential for achieving business goals, streamlining operations and ensuring long-term success. By defining your business goals and strategy, evaluating your current structure, determining the optimal structure, communicating the new structure, and monitoring and adjusting as needed, you can design a structure that supports your business and helps you achieve your goals.

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