The Cassie Partnershipliberating human capital

Q & A with Neil Cassie - How Do You Measure Results?

Individual Results

Alignment

By gauging the degree to which the vision of the organisation is alive in its people

Interdependence

By mapping the transition from independent to interdependent working

Speed

By monitoring the speed by which the organisation transforms ideas into commercial assets

Accountability

By linking the personal development plan, role and responsibilities with the company's vision and strategic priorities

Unity

By the constant evaluation of the degree of transparency and trust present in leadership and operational management teams

Communication

By the volume and quality of cross functional, customer and stakeholder communication

Collective Results

By adapting the internal staff satisfaction study to incorporate the bench criteria of alignment, interdependence, speed, accountability, unity and communication and then tracking the shifts over time

Objective Results

By ensuring critical performance measures, tailored to each client's specific brief, are always built into each of the six stages of tcp's Pathway