Requisite Organization

Requisite Organization is the Key to High Performance

Requisite Organization is an approach to purposefully designing an organization that properly leverages people’s capabilities in a role best suited for both the person and the organization.

Work is a psychological imperative for humans, and as such, it has the potential to be a noble, highly-gratifying expression of a unique human soul.

Unfortunately, ignorance surrounding work levels and human capability cause organizations to unwittingly thwart and frustrate workers more often than they create conditions for the full expression of their gifts.

Requisite Organization is all about Values-Driven Behavior

Systems drive behavior and communicate values. Most management systems within organizations lack coherent integration and create stressful conflicts of interests. Because of this, most organizational dysfunction can be traced to deficient systems and not individual employee shortcomings.

However, most mainstream management models focus on fixing individual employees through training or coaching, rather than addressing systemic issues that drive dysfunctional behavior.

There’s a better way – Requisite Organization. Find out more.

Contact PeopleFit to begin an integrated approach to organization design, talent management, and managerial leadership today. A great option to get started is to take the Managerial Diagnostics course.

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What People are Saying

PeopleFit introduced us to the concepts of Requisite Organization and helped us apply them to our chaotic situation. I’ve seen the difference they make. We are working normal hours now, and my emails are down from several hundred to 75 per day. My department is no longer a roadblock. We are resolving 90% of customer complaints within our 30 day goal and we are delivering customer surveys in a matter of weeks when it used to take months. The quality of my hiring decisions is better. I’ve hired four people in the last year and they have all been stellar performers, and people are staying longer than two weeks! These concepts inform all my processes now. When I make changes, when I create new roles, when I hire, these concepts are always on my mind.
Marcy Matlosz, Global Director of Quality and Regulatory Affairs, Mallinckrodt Baker, Inc.