Many organizations have an ageing workforce, without effective succession planning
Only 28% of leadership roles are currently filled by successors
How do you resist bias when promoting someone?
Success in one job role doesn’t guarantee success at a higher level
who posed the greatest risk to operations when they retire;
who can succeed critical job roles
Using a short survey, and powerful data analytics, Network Centrality maps the collective relationship resources between individuals and teams. This computational analysis is visualized in graph form and measures the strength of each person’s role within the network.
A European based Bank and Building Society had recently moved it’s various HR functional teams from their local offices to it’s centralized Headquarters to streamline workflow processes. The company wanted to ensure that the relocation initiative was having the desired effect on the communication and collaboration between the HR teams.
Every organization has its formal structures. But traditional organizational charts do not represent the true interactions between individuals and teams. These workplace relationships create informal networks that guide the flow of information and drive performance. They define how the work actually gets done.
A large multinational pharmaceutical company was undergoing rapid expansion and organizational change in it’s Middle-East operations, and wanted to ensure that it’s teams were collaborating effectively and coordinating workflow efficiently as the organization progressed.