Flexible organization

Increasingly, operational tasks such as order processing, development, reorganization, product launches and much more are organized and carried out in project form.
The ability to offer solutions to often complex problems in the shortest possible time is crucial to success today. These requirements can often be best met with a flexible, efficient project organization. The way the company deals with new problems and the consistent application of project management methods and tools by competent and motivated employees is crucial to the success of projects.
Projects are essentially the microcosm in which the prerequisites for modern company management are developed. For the organizational and operational structure of a company, a high proportion of projects means that old structures have to be questioned, repurposed, dissolved or partially replaced.
Main advantages of a project organization:
- Limits on time and costs
- Concrete targets, also for sub-goals
- Flexible response to changing conditions
- Solving new, innovative tasks
- Combining individual tasks, including different areas
- Teams with employees with different skills

See also:
Work process; change management; efficiency, effectiveness; continuous improvement process, management systems, process management; re-engineering, organization
Reference to QET guidelines:
Q06 Change Management; Q07 Human Resources Management; Q05 Personal Responsibility; Q13 Succession; Q16 Flexible Organisation; Q20 CIP, E05 Data Protection; T03 Corporate Transparency; T15 Benchmarking; T16 SWOT
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