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Organisation Maturity Index (OMI)

Organisation Maturity Index (OMI) is an assessment used to understand the level of change maturity across the core dynamics central to the organisation’s operation and performance, and that lead to growth, development and continuous improvement.

Using the Organisation Maturity Index you will be able to improve organisation performance by:

  • Understanding the problems and opportunities that exist, and the ability of the organisation to address them right now
  • Improving the chances of success of transformation by understanding current level of change maturity and what is needed for the organisation to grow to a future desired change maturity level
  • Designing and implementing a program of interventions specific to the needs of the organisation to achieve the planned transformation goals and objectives
  • Adopting an approach that focuses on developing the capabilities needed to survive and thrive in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world

An organisation is a collection of resources (People, Processes, and Things).  It is viewed as a system and its sub systems, integrated to achieve an overall purpose.  It has inputs, processes, outputs, and outcomes, with ongoing feedback between resources and systems.  Any of these components may not be working, or working well, and we need a holistic approach to make the organisation work at the highest levels intended.

OMI is a Reference Model that describes how the organisation functions based on Dynamic Systems Maturity Theory (DSMT – see below), from the highest functioning (Maturity) level and the different phases of progression, or learning, and provides a roadmap for development through the 7 levels of maturity.

The structure of the OMI assessment is:

Figure a: Structure of Dynamics within each Module

Figure b: Structure of the Productive Module

Figure c: Structure of the Human Module

Figure d: Structure of the Directive Module

Figure e: Structure of the Macro Module

Each of these elements is assessed to establish the level of capability that exists for that element within the dynamic, the module, and the organisation.

If you would like to know more about the Organisation Maturity Index and how to use it to improve effectiveness and performance in your team and organisation, fill out the form below and we will be in touch directly, or call us on +27 83 654 6480.

Dynamic Systems Maturity Theory (DSMT)

Dynamic Systems Maturity Theory (DSMT) is a scientific means for understanding and improving Organisation Systems.  How they function?  Why they perform at a specific level? The nature of the culture and the learning and development process.

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