Organizations are often not formally designed, but evolve over time by personalities, personal skill and temporal needs of the business. These processes and organizational designs proceed into the future without rethinking—long after it’s been determined these processes make no business sense. These organizations are dysfunctional to some degree, but accept the status quo as given to ‘the way we do things.’ Uhler is able to quickly interview, examine and evaluate flaws that are not recognized by an organization until exposed by a seasoned outsider. Such common business tools like decision matrix, rules of behaviour, risk management processes, process duplication (or elimination evaluations) and standardized templates are easy to implement and create improved organizational efficiency, risk control and better internal working relationships. Great organizational design motivates key employees on the most important priorities to make the business ever more competitive.