Organizational Effectiveness

Organizational effectiveness is more than to meet the target.

 It is to reach the desired result by empowering people to adapt processes, systems and structures when business situation has changed.
Here we come in.
Our model of building an effective organization focuses on the human side. It is the behaviour and attitude of employees. Thus, we determined work engagement, emotional exhaustion, loyalty, and productivity as the four characteristics of an effective organization.
Backed by literature, it is evidenced that all four elements highly correlate with each other. Based on this, it is suggested to analyze them all rather than to pick just one.
Further, it is indicated that a high Index Score reduce your fix costs but increase your profit/head.  

Refers to when employees’ perform their job with passion and enthusiasm. Moreover, when people invest a high degree of spirit and dedication into their work.

Refers to negative feeling and attitude towards the organization or people working with. It is occupational stress and unhappiness.

Refers to employees’ emotional attachment to the organization, identification with, and involvement. Further, the will to remain in the organization.

Refers to the sum of measurements that are either entirely or part of productivity actions and behavioural pattern for the betterment of the business.

For these four characteristics we rely on validated and academic proven research surveys and methods which were used for the empirical study of Dr. Doris Dull.
They are the most applied methods and are highly recognized until today.
With this we ensure, that the four characteristics are measured correctly.

Organizational effectiveness is the ability of the company to achieve business goals and objectives efficiently.