A Strategic Alignment Process



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  • October 26, 2012
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  • APQC
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Chevron views organization design as a strategic alignment process. Business units are focused on delivering predictable, sustainable results and clearly defined, effective processes and constructive behaviors are the foundation for achievement. Both processes and behaviors are in the scope of Chevron’s approach to organization design. Structures that support core processes are crafted first, then governance put in place to reinforce behaviors. Paul Wayne, senior advisor, organization design, and Paul Waddams, senior advisor, organization design, at Chevron gave this presentation at APQC’s 2012 Process Conference. It highlights the Chevron toolkit and the project management foundation used to drive business unit initiatives. It includes five discussion focus areas: strategy, processes, organization design, job design, and culture.




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