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Organisational Robustness Analysis Implementation is conducted using the following steps:

  • Organisational Robustness Readiness
    • As Is State Management System
    • As Is State Process Analysis
    • As Is State Personnel Analysis
    • As Is State Data Analysis
  • Data Analysis Alignment to Modules
  • Implementation of ORA Modules
    • Ensure network folder structure is set up
    • Collect information for module element
    • Create tools for element if required
    • Develop management system standards links
    • Set up Audit requirements for module element
    • Set ORA module element robust linkages
    • Develop ORA Score and Process Maturity Level for Module
    • Establish Reports for Module Element
    • Establish Project Plan for Module
    • Establish Module in iProgent™
    • Iterate through the ORA Modules assuring robustness and systems thinking between elements within the modules
As each module is completed and the next module is started organisational robustness readiness is reviewed and the implementation steps of the next module are commenced. As modules are delivered higher levels of robustness are achieved in the management system and higher levels of robust reporting and decision making are available from the data and analysis produced.

iProgent™ is Quality One’s Enterprise Integrated Management System software that is currently under development. iProgent™ will reflect the methods and robust connections outlined in Organisational Robustness Analysis and takes the view that all parts of the organisation are interconnected at some point. For more information please visit the iProgent™ page of our website.

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Delivery of Organisational Robustness Analysis follows the implementation process outline above. As an example of delivery, the first module – Organisational Chart is outline below.

Module 1 Organisational Chart
The Organisational Chart is one of the key central documents and concepts to the running of any organisation regardless of its size. It incorporates all the job titles of the organisation, the personnel within the job titles, reporting chains within the organisation and business areas or business units within the organisation. Organisational charts can be a combination of all these items.

The organisational chart can be used to gap audit against other business elements such as job descriptions, resources (roles) assigned to processes, reporting escalation and cascade, cross referencing strategy and policy at different levels in the organisation.

  • Readiness
    • Locate Organisational Chart in the Management System
    • Locate processes for update of Organisational Chart
    • Locate list of Personnel and their job descriptions
    • Locate all other data in related business elements
  • Alignment of Data
  • Ensure network folder structure is set up
    • Documents
      • Organisation Chart – Source
      • Organisation Chart – Report
    • Registers
      • Document Register (1 record at this stage – organisational chart)
  • Collect information for module element
    • Information in this element is held in the job titles of the organisation, the reporting chains of the organisation including the business areas in the reporting chain and the personnel that hold job titles. The number of job titles in the organisational chart should match the number of active job descriptions. The link to job descriptions from the organisational chart is the job title. Auditing the job descriptions against job titles in the organisational chart and vice versa will reveal gaps in missing job titles, missing job descriptions and conversely redundant job descriptions and redundant job titles.
  • Create tools for element if required
    • MS Visio
    • MS Excel
    • MS Access or other databases
    • iProgent™
  • Develop management system standards links
    • ISO9001
    • Other Management System Standards
      • AS9145
      • IATF16949
  • Set up Audit requirements for module element
    • Robust links between personnel, job titles, organisational chart, organisational departments
  • Set ORA module element robust linkages
    • ORA Organisational Chart
  • Develop ORA Score and Process Maturity Level for Module
    • ORA Organisational Chart Cross Reference
  • Establish Reports for Module Element
    • Organisational Chart
    • List of Personnel
    • List of Personnel with Job Titles/Roles
    • List of Job Titles/Roles
    • List of Job Titles/Roles with Personnel
    • List of Business Units
    • List of Business Units with Job Titles/Roles
    • List of Business Units with Job Titles/Roles and Personnel
    • Organisational Reporting Chains
  • Establish Project Plan for Module
    • ORA Organisational Chart Module Plan

For assistance in delivering Organisational Robustness Analysis and its modules or simply to discuss all the modules within Organisational Robustness Analysis please contact Quality One.

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We understand that your company is unique. You have requirements that call for technical expertise and knowledge in your organisational capability uplift programs. Quality One can fulfill your needs and provide your organization with a fresh perspective through Organisational Robustness Analysis. For assistance in Organisational Robustness Analysis Consulting contact Quality One.

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