When Reporting Structure Is Not Enough - Redrawn lines on an organization chart seldom resolve underlying performance issues

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Courtesy of Richard MacLean & Associates, LLC

Historically, environmental staffs have been whipsawed between centralized and decentralized structures. There is no universally applicable, ideal organizational structure.

Most of these companies have tried a variety of structures over the years, usually in response to a company-wide reorganization, a focused effort to improve performance and/or a reaction to some major EH&S/S disaster.

The best organizations, regardless of the structure, have EH&S/S as an integral part of the corporate culture. Most companies will claim this attribute, but how do you tell if such commitment exists? There are seven traits to look for.

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