Posts tagged with 'Diagnosis'
The main reason for starting an HPO Diagnosis is management’s strong wish for the organization to excel. In addition, there are quite a few other reasons for starting the diagnosis. Here is a list of some of these reasons as given by the clients of the HPO Center:
1. “We want to know where our organization stands.”
A diagnosis of the current strengths and weaknesses of the organization, in comparison with the peer group and – even more importantly – with the absolute scale of HPO gives insight into where the organization currently stands in the competitive field. Read More
Ever since I published the results of my research into the characteristics of high performance, I have attracted much interest from both profit and non-profit organizations. I have done numerous talks and seminars on high performance organizations (HPOs) in all kinds of companies in many industries as well as healthcare and educational institutions. What’s been missing however from this list are governmental agencies. It seems the message of “high performance,” with its emphasis on continuous improvement and dedicated attention to clients (in this case, civilians and the business community) fails to resonate substantially in government. I have hardly done an HPO Diagnosis in governmental institutions and I am on average invited to speak to public officials only once or twice a year. Read More