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Mission-Organization-Functions Development

 

Mission Development

Gather enterprise information that identifies and describes the scope, organization, and objectives of the enterprise.

Organize these descriptions into an overall hierarchy factoring out any aspect of who or how. Missions descriptions should be be independent of the organizations that accomplish them and the functions that describe the actual processes through which the missions are accomplished.

Describe each statement in terms of idealized outcomes.

Review resulting statements for complexity. If contained terms can be further divided then create subordinate descriptions.

Continue until no further subdivisions are obvious.

Review resulting descriptions with the tests of “Is this your business” and “Is any aspect of your business missing?”

 

Organization Development

Gather various enterprise organization charts and identify each organizational unit in terms of its overall responsibility. Factor out any aspect of enterprise mission objectives and also any aspect of how the organization actually accomplishes it charters. Organization descriptions should be independent of both missions and functions.

Review resulting organization descriptions for complexity. If contained organization unit descriptions can be further divided then create subordinate organization unit descriptions.

Continue until no further organizational unit subdivisions are obvious.

Review resulting descriptions with the tests of “Is this the organizational structure of your business” and “Is any organization unit that accomplishes a mission of your business’ missions missing?

 

Function Development

Gather various enterprise processes that are performed by organizational units in the accomplishment of missions. Factor out any aspect of enterprise mission objectives and any aspect of enterprise organizational unit descriptions. Function descriptions should be independent of both missions and organizations.

Review resulting organization descriptions for complexity. If contained organization unit descriptions can be further divided then create subordinate organization unit descriptions.

Continue until no further organizational unit subdivisions are obvious.

Review resulting descriptions with the tests of “Is this the set of processes that operate your business” and “Is any function that accomplishes a mission of your business’ missions missing?

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