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Organizational Assessment

Romanyk Consulting Corp. (RCC) offers solutions to assess the overall effectiveness of an organization’s structure. We work closely with our clientele and utilize several tools that provide insight and awareness of process and communication issues affecting the current organizational structure. Using the following RCC analytical tools, our clients will be able to create the most effective structure for their organization.

 

Below are proven tools utilized by the Romanyk Consulting team which enable us to provide valuable organizational information and strategies for improvement to our clients.

Communications Mapping

We apply this analytical tool to document and thoroughly understand the relative variety and frequency of interdepartmental and interpersonal communication. This tool is useful when organizational design and communication issues occupy positions of major importance. Our firm understands that communications mapping may provide insight into opportunities for restructuring or realignment. This analytical approach also yields graphically depictions of interdepartmental contact relationships, which leads to a clearer picture of how one might want to realign organizational elements to maximize efficiencies and enhance productivity.

Relationship Mapping

This assessment tool focuses on evaluating structural efficiency and leveraging management resources. Our team uses relationship mapping as a diagnostic tool to evaluate structural efficiency and identify potential realignment opportunities. Additionally, relationship mapping can also be utilized when assessing different organizational restructuring recommendations.

Span of
Control

Span of Control analysis is a method used by our team to assess the number of organizational units or departments, their arrangements, and the number of administrative layers within your organization. The critical output of this analytical method is a layered graphical depiction of the current administrative structure and an “optimal” alternative. We use the product of this analysis to develop alternative realignment recommendations for the client’s consideration.

Skills-Based Analysis

Skills-based analysis compares the tasks associated with a particular process against the personal skills needed to complete the tasks successfully. RCC team members work with our clients to determine if the skills required for a job match the skills called for in the job description. Our skill-based analysis produces a graphic illustration revealing “mismatches” or “misalignments” between the needed skills and the skills your people actually possess. Skill-based analysis helps to identify training needs and provides a higher degree of objectivity when considering realignment of the workforce in order to optimize the matching of skill sets with tasks.