ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

We strongly believe people are the fundamental building blocks in an organization and the key contributor of an effective organization. 
Our model of building an effective organization focuses on the human side. 
It is the behaviour and attitude of employees. 
Therefore, we defined work engagement, emotional exhaustion, affective commitment, and productivity as the four characteristics of an effective organization positively impacted by peoples value preferences. 

The 4 characteristics that forms an effective organization

Emotional Exhaustion

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

Loyalty

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

Productivity

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

Engagement

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.  

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. 

RESULTS OF ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

The only way to measure an effective organization is on its net-profit.  

Systems, Processes, People

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An effective organization requires that systems, processes, and above all people perfectly interact between each other aimed to achieve business goals efficiently.

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That is, systems and processes need to be flexible and adaptable that groups or individuals can quickly adjust their actions to changes coming from the internal or external environment without placing undue strain upon its organization.

The basics of an effective organization.

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An effective organization depends on the behavior, attitude and willingness of groups or individuals.

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An effective organization promotes a modern leadership style and enforces an appropriate organizational culture.

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An effective organization enjoys structured communication processes.

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An effective organization values the values of employees ‘, customers, suppliers, and the society but also delivers a good return on invest to its investors.

Realization

There is no ONE SIZE FIT Solution. Not even within a company. 
  
Each organization has it uniqueness which requires to survey value preferences of the organization. It also includes to determine the appropriate systems, 
processes, and regulations. 
  
An interesting findings of our investigation is the fact that standardization instructed by corporate central functions does not work in each cases. 
  
We are more than happy to support you and your management team to find the right systems, processes, and regulations that motivate employees to be more effective.  

Organizational effectiveness is the ability of the company to deliver results