Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Impact of Information Technology and Business Processes on Achieving Holistic Organizational Effectiveness

Shortfalls in  information technology and business process effectiveness are significantly impacting the Holistic Organizational Effectiveness (HOE) of  most businesses, governmental, not for profit and other types of organizations.  Today, organizations rely heavily on technology and business processes to make their people more … Continue reading

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HR and OD Professionals Rate their Own Organizations’ “Holistic Organizational Effectiveness” Low

54% of the Holistic Organizational Effectiveness Survey (HOE Survey) responses came from people in HR and OD (Organizational Development) roles. The other 46% of responses came from a wide range of functional areas (e.g. general management, IT, sales, marketing, manufacturing/operations, finance, legal, … Continue reading

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Fixing the “Soft Stuff” – Driving Organizational Effectiveness and Performance

Many senior leaders focus much of their attention and that of their organization on the “hard” issues, the things they can easily measure and that are clear direct or indirect measures of the bottom line. “Hard” issues include financials, staff … Continue reading

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