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As a Change Leader you need to be able to measure the business impact from your capability improvement so you can justify the substantial investment being made. To answer the question "how are we doing" in a credible manner, you must be able to correlate a teams playbook for execution with the outcomes achieved by following their new way of working.
You also must be able to compare efficiency and effectiveness in business value meaningful terms such that teams that need the most help get it in a timely fashion, before it is too late. Comparing teams has always been a difficult goal due to the ambiguous nature of relative sizing scales. Someone who can solve this problem and provide a sound basis for understanding risk would be a welcome breath of fresh air.
You also know that people are at the heart of your organization. Any strategy that does not account for big differences in personnel skillsets and growth will obviously fall short. You need the ability to measure knowledge transfer in an objective manner, and your testing results must be tied to a known scale for organizational learning.
Given you new ability to make data-driven decisions about how and where you spend your limited capability investment dollars, you now need to be able to aggregate the many differing observations possible over time. This will allow you to weight personal introspection, coaches grading, peer reviews and real-time ALM stack delivery intelligence in a single dashboard such that you can understand the overall trajectory and trends of your enterprise-wide initiative, something historically difficult to achieve given the diversity and scale of your organization.
Advisor - Change Leader provides these capabilities and more. Measured improvement is no longer a pipe dream, and establishing causality such that optimal outcomes are more likely a necessity. The net result of leveraging our platform is lowered total-cost-of-transformation, typically 50% over our closest competitors.
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