Align top leadership. Pinpoint critical issues.
Make HR management practices more strategic.

i4cp's Organizational Effectiveness Assessment process helped our executive team to quickly reach consensus on key improvement areas, and allowed us to make significant changes that will benefit our customers and improve our bottom line.
Chief HR Officer, Global Manufacturing Company

i4cp's Organizational Effectiveness Assessment is based on extensive research into high-performance organizations that helps you align top leadership to better execute, pinpoint issues in underperforming business units, and make human resource management practices more strategic.

That's why companies ranging from global hotel chains to fast-growing high-tech firms have used the assessment process to:

  • build executive consensus for change;
  • clarify the scope and depth of business issues;
  • stimulate new thinking on ways to structure and organize the workforce;
  • prioritize actions that will have the greatest impact on market performance.

Accelerate strategy execution
The assessment benchmarks your organization against the research-based drivers of high performance and identifies focus areas to more effectively implement business strategy.

Improve overall organizational performance
The assessment reveals organizational strengths and weaknesses by evaluating your organization's effectiveness in the five domains of high performance:

  • Market: Is your company best positioned to meet customer needs?
  • Strategy: Is your business strategy clear and are the behaviors of your leaders consistent with strategy?
  • Culture: Does the organization's culture enable or impede strategy implementation?
  • Leadership: Are your leaders capable of meeting your organization's growth objectives?
  • Talent: Do your talent practices maximize employee performance?

Why choose i4cp's assessment process?

A research-based model that is easier to explain and understand than most.
i4cp's process guides your organization to superior business results using an integrated, common-sense model organized into five areas—Market, Strategy, Culture, Leadership, and Talent—that are easy to explain and understand.

Leadership team involvement. And commitment.
Your leadership team not only participates in the assessment process from start to finish, they have skin in the game. This builds their understanding and commitment to the process, ensuring that improvements will be made faster and sustained.

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