Organizational Analysis

Organizational analysis is a first step in the performance analysis process. It looks into the heart of the organization—its vision, mission, values, goals, strategies, and critical issues—because all organizational elements should be strategically aligned. Just as tires need to be aligned for better vehicle operation, an organization's people, processes, and culture benefit from aligning with the organization structure. Figure 5.1 is a high-level summary of the organizational analysis component of the Performance Improvement/HPT Model.

Definition and Scope

Organizational analysis is an examination of the components that strategic plans are made of. This phase of performance analysis analyzes the organization's vision, ...

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