Unlocking Potential Through Organization Design
Wednesday, April 13, 2022Registration is OPEN!
Shifts in revenue, expenses, funding, and/or staffing resources, are threatening the operational sustainability of organizations and is driving them to the point of having to restructure. In response to this shift, organizations must prioritize understanding their capacity, structure themselves accordingly, and improve efficiency when meeting levels of customer demand. Efficient and effective design will bridge strategy to structure, enhance collaboration, build accountability, and improve the clarity of purpose and performance.
-Building capacity through existing talent and resources
-Utilizing organic growth, scale, and strategy
-Demonstrating the balance between capacity & volume
-Building leverage structures to determine the financial position
-Increasing role clarity, priority, and accountability among Staff
-Aligning structure design with the efficiency of service and management
Eric W. Curtis
Eric W. Curtis is the President of Curtis Strategy, an innovative consulting firm focused on breaking the status quo through strategy design, board governance, and adaptive business modeling. For more than a decade, Eric has helped leaders across the country address their most complex and challenging issues, guiding them in achieving change and sustained success. He has advised colleges and universities, healthcare and human services agencies, and many professional associations, inspiring them to break the status quo and maximize their strategic impact.
Eric received his MBA from Suffolk University and his BS in accounting and finance from Norwich University. Eric currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Massachusetts Health Council and is a guest lecturer at area Universities.
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