Organizational Development

The intention behind organizational development is to uncover optimization potential and use it as a basis for developing recommendations for action in cooperation with the employees concerned.

There are many different reasons for organizational development. To name a few examples:

  • Optimization of workflow processes, interfaces and decision-making and communication structures
  • Improving performance through greater personal responsibility
  • Safeguarding and improving the quality of service processes.

Tasks of Organizational Development

  • Design, planning and general coordination of projects for optimizing structure and workflow including subsequent implementation control.
  • Advising on all issues relating to process and quality management (with the exception of Teaching and Research)
  • Development and maintenance of the business process model

The Staff Unit sees itself as a service facility for administration and the faculties for issues relating to organizational development.