Nothing is more powerful than connected teams and organisations. With clarity and commitment, set the groundwork for organisation-wide success.

Through intelligent organisation design, LTA builds pathways to empower your people to connect and perform. Our process reflects and reinforces the values of your organisation and builds trust while delivering high performance.

Creating connection through organisational design 

LTA designs the most effective social and work systems to deliver value. We discover what really makes your organisation and teams tick, and how you can deliver to your customers with focus, agility, and quality.

Discover: In asking ‘what is the value you deliver to your end-user?’ and ‘what do you need to excel at?’ we gain clarity on your purpose. These discovery points allow us to leverage your unique values and qualities and then anchor them to your organisational strategy.

Create: We create more effective systems to enable people to bring their best to their role. We work with individuals to help articulate how they contribute, and we enable leaders to create clarity on their teams’ contribution. Our design processes establish the connections that are key to helping your organisation fulfil its purpose.

Deliver: You need support to embed the new organisational design over time. We provide advice, coaching, and facilitation backed up with in-depth tools to help teams and individuals. In delivery, our agile design integrates with other organisational initiatives to keep your strategy responsive and dynamic.

Our purposeful approach 

LTA’s deep understanding of complex organisational systems has led us to develop a number of approaches. All our starting points inform how we ultimately customise an organisation design strategy. We:

  • Start with your organisation’s purpose
  • Understand the work before designing roles
  • Define these roles and processes well to deliver value to customers

In seeking to understand these essential questions, we work closely with teams and leaders. We understand that leaders are accountable for the work, so we collaborate with your leaders every step of the way to draw on your knowledge and experience.

Create connected organisation design with LTA 

Empower your people to connect and perform. Contact the LTA team or call 61 3 9602 1270

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