At the end of a recent reorganization process, an HR Director with years of experience said, “OrgWeaver allowed me to focus on what really mattered during our reorganization.”
What really matters? Taking care of the people involved in a fair way.
What typically distracts HR teams from what really matters? Spending endless frustrating hours on spreadsheets and post-it notes.
This particular case study was for an organization with approximately 100 people. They first used OrgWeaver to find out that their current org structure was like a tangled rope that no one could straighten out. Once they saw how they could improve the organization structure, they used OrgWeaver to implement a new org, communicate the details to employees, gather feedback from employees about their preferences, and make final staffing decisions in a fair and transparent manner.
Anytime that an HR Director has success with OrgWeaver, we appreciate the chance to share their stories with the HR community. Here are some more quotes and key points about the value of OrgWeaver from this case study:
“My executive team was happy to have a system that remembered complex decisions so we didn’t have to keep the puzzle in our heads.”
- OrgWeaver keeps track of what roles are needed, who is being considered for each, and what happens to each person who doesn’t get a particular role.
“Employees didn’t need any training in order to be truly involved in the process through a simple website.”
- OrgWeaver is easy for people to pick up and use, which allows them to focus on collaborating in a transparent process.
“I was able to deliver on time without the stress and wasted hours of keeping track of spreadsheets and post-it notes.”
- OrgWeaver greatly speeds up the process of making optimal reorganization decisions.
“Throughout the process, any challenge I had was solved directly and quickly by the support team behind OrgWeaver.”
- OrgWeaver is a true solution backed by leading experts, not just another software that sits on the shelf. Deploy it quickly, and only use it when it can add true value.
What really matters to you during a reorganization? Is it taking care of people in a fair way, meeting deadlines, keeping track of the staffing puzzle, and/or collaborating with colleagues? If you want to discuss what really matters to you, reach out to Nick to have a meaningful discussion about reorganization processes.