Text Box: Successful organizations are continually looking for ways and areas to improve in order to gain a competitive advantage.

D.I.AL.O.G.

D.I.AL.O.G. (Date Indicating Alignment of Organizational Goals) is an organizational assessment tool that provides information as to how well critical elements are working together to achieve business and strategic goals. It also identifies which of these critical elements are working against you.

Our approach is unique in that we measure the inter-relationships of the essential elements which become predictors of future strength. We are not concerned with measuring communication for communications sake, but rather how effectively is an organization communicating to its employees.

Our approach is outcome focused rather than simply measuring non-relevant activities.

 

ASSESSMENTS

ATTRIBUTE INDEX

The RAC Attribute Index is a personal assessment tool that provides information as to how a person makes decisions: intrinsically, extrinsically or† systematically. It also identifies areas of strengths (maximers) and areas of weakness (minimizers). Our approach is unique in that we measure where an individual is now and what his or her essential elements are, amd those that can become predictors of future strengths.

Our approach is outcome-based rather than simply measuring non-relevant activities. Each individual has the opportunity to decide what action, if any, he or she wants to take. In addition, the assessment tool is supported by a comprehensive action planning process that helps promote the actions taken.

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By understanding the way in which we think, it becomes possible to leverage that knowledge to make better decisions, maximize strengths, minimize weaknesses and achieve greater successes in whatever we do. 
When we gain this understanding for another person in an organizational setting, it increases understanding, allows for better utilization of

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There are 7 critical areas that are measured. After years of research and validation these 7 areas have been found to have the greatest impact upon the development of organizational effectiveness. They are also the 7 areas that have been identified by the NIST and make up the Criteria for Performance Excellence as used in the Baldrige National Quality Program.