Learn how to make the most out of the OE elements of your organization to enable the whole organization to work in service of its strategic vision.

Mastering Organizational Effectiveness


Changes in the industry, regulatory requirements and customer demands all drive the need for changes in design, systems, people and culture. In today’s ever-changing business environment, HR leaders are responsible and accountable for organizational performance that drives results. In this comprehensive two-day immersive learning experience, you will learn to how to make the most out of the OE elements (Change Enablement, Organization Design and People Effectiveness) of your organization to enable the whole organization to work in service of its strategic vision.

Organizational Effectiveness (OE) is the concept of how effective an organization is in achieving the outcomes the organization intends to produce. OE experts in organizations directly concern themselves with several key areas. They are talent management, leadership development, organization design and structure, design of measurements and scorecards, implementation of change and transformation, deploying smart processes and smart technology to manage the firms’ human capital and the formulation of the broader OE agenda Typically, OE group does many or all of the following roles:

  • Examines alignment between the areas and improves them

  • Improves trade-offs between reliability, speed and quality in the above areas

  • Strategies for higher adoption rates in these areas

  • Facilitates/initiates/catalyses capability building: structure, process and people

Meet Your Instructor - Paul Lalovich


Paul successfully led and supported business transformations across a variety of industries, making significant progress in reducing costs and improving operating effectiveness. Paul worked extensively in the emerging markets of Europe and The Middle East (du, Gazprom, Norconsult, Global Medical Solutions, Sadara Chemical Company, Willis Towers Watson, Mercer Consulting, Oliver Wyman and more recently Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation). Prior to this, during his career in Canada he worked as a Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) consultant with ORIS Creative Solutions supporting many organizations on the Fortune’s list “100 Best Companies to Work for in America”.

About Your Instructor




Paul Lalovich

  • Subject-matter Expert - Organizational Effectiveness

  • Former Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) consultant with ORIS Creative Solutions supporting many organizations on the Fortune’s list “100 Best Companies to Work for in America

2010 - present

2010 - present

Benefits to you and your organization and Delivery Style

This training provides participants with the introduction core principles, models, tools and examples of OE for those who wish to develop a deeper understanding of this topic and to learn useable OE frameworks.

It addresses the core building blocks of OE, and how to put them together to support strategy, including customer focused organization and organizational approaches to facilitate innovation and reconfigurability around opportunities and strategies. It provides a foundation of knowledge to guide OE and of tools to use in leading the OE interventions.

Training is delivered in by utilizing a Problem-Based Learning (PBL) where our trainer is using a teaching method in which complex real-world problems are utilized as the vehicle to promote learning of OE concepts and principles as opposed to direct presentation of facts and concepts.

In addition to course content, our PBL approach promotes the development of critical thinking skills, problem-solving abilities, and communication skills. The idea is to make the most out of the opportunities for working in groups, finding and evaluating research materials, and life-long learning.

29 - 30 July 2019

Hong Kong

SGD 2,995

01 - 02 August 2019


SGD 2,995

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Learning Objective
  1. Change Enablement:

    1. How to define and implement holistic change programs, with a particular emphasis on alignment and enablement for sustained organizational change.

    2. Architect a compelling change program from design to implementation while monitoring effectiveness and supporting people throughout the change.

    3. How to ensure the creation of lasting change by engaging with all stakeholders involved during the design and implementation phases.

    4. Work with senior management and leadership teams to build collective commitment and alignment to the new vision.

  2. Organization Design:

    1. How to build the most powerful organizations that can achieve sustained performance through effective organization design.

    2. Build winning architectures and compete by design through clear structures, roles, and responsibilities, which leads to increased accountability and efficiency.

    3. Defining the optimal set-up for each function, striking the right balance between central power and consistency and hybrid local design to best serve the business. Sizing and total cost of each function needs to meet industry best practice in comparable organizational environments.

    4. Develop the smartest organizational set-ups of Corporate Centers and Global Business Services to support global strategies, enable synergies, and deliver greater service to the business.

    5. Enable outstanding organizational performance in decision-making speed, quality, and execution by designing the most effective operational and board governance structures.

  3. People Effectiveness:

    1. How to enable organizations to deliver results by understanding and maximizing the potential of their people and culture to deliver their business strategy.  

    2. How to support leaders as they focus on business challenges by helping to surface and address individual leadership and team dynamic challenges.

    3. Develop highly targeted change programs that deliver demonstrable shifts in culture and business results.

    4. Build the capability to attract, support, develop, and retain the talent they need for today and in the future.

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