Organizational diagnosis

In a context in which organizational performance is a condition for successfully reaching strategic targets, conducting an organizational diagnosis gives you the necessary perspective to identify the issues and challenges your organization must address. This process is often carried out as part of the development of a strategic plan.

Assess your organizational strengths and challenges

Organizational diagnosis measures the gap between business strategy, work organization, and corporate culture. Through this in-depth process, you will be able to identify the real challenges and issues related to how work is currently organized and the strengths that should be built upon in the future. It will reflect the reality experienced on the ground and make it easier to identify the changes to be made. You will then be able to identify the drivers and courses of action to improve efficiency and overall performance.

To support you, Aviseo has developed a collaborative, engaging approach that can be adapted to your situation and needs:

  • Diagnose the current situation based on various dimensions including governance, organizational structure, and value proposition;
  • Determine a target situation with your teams by leveraging identified strengths and mitigating organizational issues;
  • Develop a prioritized, progressive road map that lays out the path from the current situation to the target.

Organizational diagnosis is a valuable, instructive process that helps you identify your organizational and cultural challenges in order to support your strategic ambition.

Our organizational diagnosis experience has allowed us to identify the principles that underlie the success of the process:

  • Rally leaders and teams around a “family photo” in which they can identify and recognize themselves and with which they can align themselves;
  • Integrate change management as of day 1 of the organizational diagnosis process to facilitate stakeholder understanding and buy-in to the identified target;
  • Build a concrete, practical, and actionable road map;
  • Illustrate key changes between the current situation and the defined target to increase team buy-in to the change.