Organizations must be able to adapt their structures to capture new markets and expand existing ones. The design that works during start-up is different from what works during growth, maturity, and decline. However, when Companies are not structured properly, business opportunities fizzle due to lack of attention, and turf wars stifle teamwork because of unclear responsibilities. Often Performance issues are a Structural issue rather than a Person issue. A company can have great people, great leadership and still not perform well because of poor organizational design. Organization design is more than moving the boxes. It is about how to configure your Department or Company structure to improve performance, and can be applied by Department managers at all levels. Organization Design work sometimes encompasses redesign of an entire company, but mostly the focus is at departmental level. This book highlights the warning signs when organization design is needed, and provides a framework to guide managers how to design both effective Departments and Organizations.