March 21st 2011

How to Conduct Organisation Reviews

This primer document for the ‘How to Conduct Organisation Reviews' Event, outlines the key benefits of organisation reviews and offers a highlight of the six most well-known and used methods of analysis, including the Star Model, McKinsey's 7S Model and the EFQM Excellence model. Some approaches and practices are also provided, along with advice from practitioners.

The Post Meeting Review notes have been added as a final section, summarising the highlights from the session, including Brian Dive's DMA model, Paul Chesworth's Organisation Efficiency Reviews and Caryn Kaftal's analysis of the Congruence Model.

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