When assessing organisation health, there are four different categories of data that we use. In the article below, read more about what these are: customer & product, operations, commercial and workforce, and read into a real case study to see how organisational health analytics helped a DIY retailer.
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There are four different categories of data we look at when assessing organisation health: customer & product, operations, commercial and workforce.
Data can only you take so far and it’s always important to consider the information you might be missing. It does however provide a starting point to develop a better understanding of what’s working and what isn’t to implement lasting change.
A large DIY retailer that had experienced enormous growth during the pandemic wanted to establish whether their head office was the right size and shape, given the retail footprint they were responsible for managing.
By doing a detailed analysis of their HR data and conducting an assessment of their product performance they were able to establish that they needed to rebalance the structure in order to reduce their management overhead and focus on the product categories aligned to their strategy.
In essence, these four data categories serve as pillars for evaluating organisational health, guiding businesses toward informed decisions that foster growth and alignment with strategic objectives.
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