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Total Organisational Assessment (SME's)


A key element in business improvement success is measuring where your organisation is currently positioned in relation to Best Practice over a range of areas.

Total Organisational Assessment (SME's) can provide a comprehensive, systematic review of organisation's activities and results required against a framework of Best Practice Business Excellence.

The Benefits:

  • Organisations effectively gather the information needed to identify key priorities and create tactical plans.
  • Organisational assessments provide guidance by capturing the 'current state' of the company.
  • Through the assessment process, leaders identify the strengths and weaknesses of their organisations which in turn fuels strategic and tactical planning.
  • Comprehensive appraisals prioritise improvement opportunities so resources can be focused more effectively.
  • Assessments also offer evaluation, which is critical to understanding large-scale systems. Leaders can see a picture of where the total system is today and make choices to advance and optimise overall performance.
  • As this baseline understanding emerges, organisations gain the ability to set priorities and take effective action, resulting in improved efficiency and targeted business results.

How PQM Can Help?

Power Quality Management Limited (PQM) uses a guided self assessment approach to meet the various needs and capabilities of our clients.

The process involves data capture through workshop sessions. Separate workshops are held for:

  • Senior Management
  • Middle Management (where applicable) and
  • Cross section of staff within the organisation.

Qualitative and quantitative data is centrally processed and analysed by PQM experienced team. The outcomes are presented in a detailed report. A follow up feedback and planning day to help Management Team prioritise and incorporate agreed actions into organisation's strategic and business improvement plans:

  • List priorities that should be tackle first.
  • Identify the barriers to getting things done more quickly.
  • Creating a team to work cooperatively together.

For further information, please Contact Us.

Note: This web page is not intended to provide comprehensive coverage of the subject, merely a brief introduction to provoke thought and to lead to a more in depth understanding and application of the topic, either through further reading - or from me as your management consultant, executive trainer or personal coach in a consultancy project, training course, workshop or seminar.

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