Our Organizational Analysis process results in:
Each analysis is tailored to the organization based on what is emphasized, but the process draws from the following four areas of analysis: Structural Analysis, Management Assessment, Talent Assessment and Organizational Culture Scan.
In Structural Analysis, dysfunctions in the organizational structure are identified. Symptoms of a poor structure include managerial layers that do not add value, gaps in the structure, or misaligned teams, or inadequate accountabilities or authorities.
See also: Organization Design.
In Management Assessment, the different managerial processes and systems are evaluated and their alignment with the organization as a whole is assessed. These processes and systems include the strategy process, managerial leadership processes, recruitment and selection processes, training and development plans, performance measurement and appraisal, and incentive systems.
In Talent Assessment, the mismatches between people and their roles as well as tensions due to overlapping or missing levels of accountability and authority are identified. The competencies, capacities and capabilities of the employees are evaluated for the match with their current roles as well as for succession planning.
Organizational Culture Scan
In Organizational Culture Scan, the organizational culture is assessed and described in precise and unbiased terms. The discrepancies between the actual and the optimal culture are pointed out to serve as a guidance for subsequent interventions.