Organizational Performance Improvement
When looking at an organization we ask;
- How well does it all work together?
- What interferes with organizational performance?
- What does the organization need to succeed?
- What can be done to maximize performance of each employee and the organization itself?
For any organization to function effectively, achieve its strategic objectives, and succeed in the long run, it must have a clear statement of the Organizational Vision, Mission, and Core Values.
Moreover, there must be good alignment between these overall system elements and the functioning of the workforce. At Matrix we use a powerful set of methodologies to assess, understand, and develop a culture that aligns the people of the organization with its Vision, Mission, Core Values, and Strategic Objectives, thus maximizing performance of human assets. We also assess the overt and covert forces that affect the performance of the organization and its employees, as well as the services and products of the organization.
Organizations are perpetually in a state of transformation. The question is, will this transformation resemble a runaway train or will it be one guided by strategic planning in alignment with the Mission, Vision and Core Values of the organization?
The core challenge is how to facilitate this ongoing transformation in a way that allows the vital nature and purpose of the organization to be sustained, while at the same time facilitating the evolution of the organization into its future form.
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. You change something by building a new world that makes the existing model obsolete.” ~ Buckminster Fuller
- Organizational Stress Assessments
- Organizational Assessment
- Selection, Hiring and Career Development
- Leadership Development
- Troubleshooting High Risk Situations
- Staff Development and Training
- Team Development
When working with an entire organization we focus on larger organizational variables and measurable, bottom line results. Projects are designed in close association with executive management and executed with an array of tools and processes selected on a case basis. These includes organizational assessments, gap analysis, strategic change management, employee engagement, and an overall integration of human resource strategies with the organization’s objectives.
Our diagnostic organizational assessment methods include expert computer-based instruments and surveys, depth interviews, focus group studies and 360º multi-rater instruments. These elements allow for customization of key intervention processes, thereby maximizing results and organizational impact.
All of our development and training capabilities are built on a platform of fast-follower design methods, compressed action learning, and Adult Learning Theory.