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What is an Organizational Assessment?

Most business owners and organizational leaders know the general idea behind an organizational assessment. They are designed to create a snapshot of what your company looks like now or the timeframe deemed. Afterward, you can use the results of the organizational assessment to determine what areas your company needs to improve on.

The premise of an organizational assessment is to allow a business to be proactive on needed improvements.   While most business owners understand this, many are unsure what exactly these assessments will look at or how the information will be collected.  General surveys and cultural assessments are artifacts provided to an organization for further action plans.

Surveys

When doing an organizational assessment, one of the key factors that will be looked at is the employees, specifically their emotional and physical health and enjoyment of the job. The easiest way to collect this information is through surveys created by the assessment agency.

They will usually administer them to larger groups and always emphasize their anonymity, so employees are free to speak their minds. Depending on the organizational assessment company, these surveys may be mostly simple multiple-choice questions, open-ended ones that require written answers, or a combination of both.

Cultural Assessment

An important factor that is almost always considered during an organizational assessment is the cultural aspects. The term culture may be a bit confusing, but, in this case, it refers to the culture of the office or virtual working space itself. This type of assessment will look at performance commitment, common values of the employees, the amount of motivation, how satisfied employees are with supervision and leadership, the opportunities for advancement that are available, and how satisfied the employees are with their pay and benefits. Some of these answers will come from the employee surveys mentioned above, while others will come from observation and other reporting documents.

Although organizational assessments should be done regularly, many businesses will only take the time to do them when they have a problem they need to resolve. That is because these are an excellent way to locate the source of the issue and come up with a possible solution. The assessment agency will have an unbiased point of view, so they will be able to develop an objective solution that is effective.

Change Management

Emmerging Solutions change management solutions support, strategic and operational management decisions by providing expert services. Change is nothing new, but the pace and enormity of the change that businesses and government agencies are facing can make it difficult for everyone and everything moving in unison. We help unclog the tunnel of information to help leaders navigate towards a more comprehensive organizational unit that resonates with their targets. The proper method to employ change can open a new world to your business with the change employed by Emmerging Solutions.

Change management is an area that can cover various needs.  Change management is a shared term for small or large activities to formulate, provision, and help individuals, teams, and organizations in making organizational change. When conducting a change management assessment, our consultants determine our client’s overall change potential. Change Management may be required for a specific project, program, or change to interjecting trained change agents into an organization for a pre-determined amount of time.

What is a Change Agent?

A change agent is a person or group internal or external to an organization who helps an organization or part of an organization transform how it functions. … A change agent will promote, champion, instigate, enable, and support changes to be made in an organization. They focus on people and the communications amongst them. This person is someone who directly or indirectly influences change.  This person is with a valued role and the difficult task of transforming the ways the organization is managed or how business is conducted.

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