Take the Confusion Out of Your Company
Forensics: the scientific method of gathering and examining information about the past
Organizational Forensic is the scientific method of gathering and examining information about a company; what works and what doesn’t. First put to test in the Forum of Rome this evidence based model continues to support political and legal systems worldwide.
Forensics in the Media: We are all consumers conditioned by the media. Forensics was first presented to the masses with the introduction of the TV show, Quincy, ME, in 1976 and today over 2 billion people in 200 countries have watched one or more of the CSI franchise which started in 2000,
These billions of people have had their map of the world (strong beliefs not necessarily supported by facts) influenced by the underlying theme of CSI; the scientific process will always provide a clear answer. This significant imprint on society can now be used for the good of your company. This curiosity to look for answers are part of the intellectual DNA of your company. Now let’s put it to work.
Embraced by Employees
Empowering an organization to define itself by talking about what it does well is a stimulating and engaging process for employees as they participate in uncovering the mysteries of your company with Organizational Forensics. Yes there are hidden solutions waiting to be Discovered, Explored and Leveraged.
Organizational Forensic Model
Analyzing and grouping data into the four categories of Culture, Leadership, Generations and Processes, results in best practices for accelerating your company to intended Vision, Goals and Objectives.
Quantitative and Qualitative
Utilizing assessments, surveys and interviews provides a wide range of data points. The quantitative are a set of predetermined questions and answers resulting in a benchmarking of measurable results. Adding the qualitative delivered by Impact Coaches creates a narrative of great depth as the coaches ask powerful questions to better understand the why behind the answers.
Improvement Begins with the Right Start
The need or accurate and timely assessment of organizational develop priorities has never been more important than in today’s rapidly evolving workplace. Managers must continually be in touch with customer demands, how to adjust services/products to meet customer expectations, how well employees are achieving organizational goals and where the organization needs realignment in order to succeed.
The Three Options
These options can be mixed and matched to meet the immediate and long term needs of the company.
Organizational Development Surveys
Successful organizations see the importance of assessing the needs of employees and customers. To do this, an organization must regularly asses its services, policies and practices to ensure they are providing the leadership, work environment, management practices and incentives top notch employees require, as well as the product or service customers expect. Organizational surveys, customized to gather the right information, are a vital diagnostic tool to determine how the organization can improve to achieve employee and customer satisfaction.
Personal effectiveness within each key position is crucial to the ongoing success of the organization. 360 surveys allow respondents to provide valuable feedback regarding the effectiveness of another individual’s performance. The results of 360 surveys are then used to enhance and develop the individual.
When an organization is dedicated to helping the members of a team improve their performance and quality of life, they experience results. A T.E.A.M.S. Survey can discover the effective and ineffective practices of the group, allowing for necessary adjustments and coaching. With the input from everyone involved, team development is easily assessed and accurately addressed. A T.E.A.M.S. survey will ensure the organization has Teams Evolving And Mastering Success.