Pfizer is the world’s largest research-based pharmaceuticals firm and also a well known Pharmaceutical company. So their most of the work depends on research, developing Strategies and innovate. They were trying to find a new way of system which makes their Work more effective and efficient. Pfizer find out that their worker spends more time on Business research and data analysis to the creation of documents and other routine Support like Goggling and making power points and also spending so much time on Menial tasks rather than knowledge work. The average Pfizer employee was spending 20 Percent to 40 percent of his or her time on supporting work (creating documents, typing Notes, doing research, manipulating data, scheduling meetings) and only 60 percent to 80 Percent on knowledge work (strategy, innovation, networking, collaborating, critical Thinking. That’s why Pfizer starting to find a solution of this problem to increase their Efficiency and effectiveness. Pfizer build a new kind of structure by using Microsoft Outlook where their connecting to a outsourcing company where Pfizer can connect with Different worker by email where they can connect with any worker around world and get Cost specification for their requested work. By using this process the time spent on Analysis of data has been reduce, also have many financial benefits and employees also get rid of their boring work.
Question 2: What Structural implication-good and bad- does this approach have? (Think In term of the six organizational design elements).
This approach “OOF” “office of future” (it means Pfizer make a new concept of future Office where they can connect their all offices around the world with each other and Where any staff of the office can communicate, share information with another staff from One office to another office around the world) by Pfizer is good decision taken by Pfizer Senior director Jordan Cohen. This