A great way for leaders to begin solving problems with organizational structure is to ask three important questions: Is the problem the structure, or is the problem the way leadership is managing the structure? Does the structure of the organization match the organizational mission, vision, and goals? Has the design of the organization been compromised due to accommodating various employees? In your first post, respond to the questions below: To apply these ideas practically, describe an organization that you have been part of in the past or presently that went through a change in structure or one that you think NEEDS to go through a change in structure. Answer the three guiding questions above to determine how a solution to the structure could be reached. What questions would you add to this list? How would your proposed question(s) benefit the organizational structure?