Study finds that structural changes are half as
effective as those focused on decision-making and
information yet more often used.
Clear decision rights and effective information flows
have the greatest impact on a companyís ability to
successfully execute its strategy, concludes a new
global research report produced jointly by global
management consulting firm Booz & Company and its legacy
partner, Booz Allen Hamilton. However, senior
executives more often rely on reorganizing an
organizationís structure when trying to fix lagging
performance, even though decision rights and information
flows are twice as important to successful performance.