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Resource hub: 4 steps to review your operating model
- Step 1: review your capabilities
Find out why you should review your operating model and use our downloadable tools to review your capabilities.
- Step 2: create design principles
Use step 2 of our guide to help you create design principles. These principles should sit alongside your review and inform any changes you need to make to your operating model.
- Step 3: plan changes to your central staffing structure
Step 3 of our guide will support you in planning the necessary changes to your central staffing structure. Download our list of example structures based on design principles to put your own into practice.
- Step 4: implement changes
The final step is to implement the changes you’ve identified - our tips will help you do this.
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