Importance of Organizational Effectiveness

importance of organizational effectiveness

“…communication within the organization has improved significantly. That translates down to a more effective organization…the right people in the right positions…”

Richard Siem, Executive Vice President of Michigan Petroleum Technologies, explains how using AcuMax has significantly improved organizational effectiveness.

“Since we started using AcuMax, communication within the organization has improved significantly. That translates into a more effective organization. People really look to communicate more because AcuMax has facilitated that, and that communication has translated into, ultimately, improved company performance. We have also used it to ensure that we have the right people in the right positions. Many times, our delivery people are required to make changes throughout the day based on customer emergencies, so we need to make sure that we have people in those positions that can effectively manage change as needed. Some of the other psychometric tools that we’ve looked at are very cumbersome. They operate at, what I consider to be, a very high level, not easily translatable to the general population within the company. AcuMax is a very clear system. It’s easily understood. The words that are used to describe people’s profiles, as well as some of the coaching tips and things like that are very practical, very understandable, and easy to apply.” [divider style=”default” color=”#E7E7E7″] To learn more about how the AcuMax Index® can help you improve organizational effectiveness by identifying and matching highly-motivated candidates with the perfect employment position, we invite you to Contact Us or call us today at 844-228-6291. The AcuMax Index is helping organizations of all sizes to hire with confidence, dramatically increasing retention and improving performance.

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