Organisational Design

Organisational Design

To achieve our strategic ambitions, set out in our TU Dublin Strategic Intent 2030 document, the University has undertaken an organisational design strategy and implementation project to create a multi-campus university that will deliver a dynamic education model for the future.

In Spring 2020, TU Dublin, in conjunction with external advisors Crowe and PA Consulting, developed a three-phased approach to our organisational design project.

Phase 1 of this project has been completed with a new high-level design published in November 2020. This was supported by a four-month consultation and validation period involving a wide range of internal stakeholders and external partners.

This high-level design provides the foundations for the future of TU Dublin. It describes a university-wide design and presents models within each of the academic and professional service units and dependencies and recommendations for subsequent phases.

Phase 2 of the project – the development of detailed designs for the university and its constituent parts – began in December 2020.

Phase 3 of the project will commence once Phase 2 has been completed and involves planning and delivering an implementation strategy to ensure that the new organisational design is successfully delivered across the university.

To find out more, watch our Understanding Phase 1 High-Level Organisational Design video below: