A healthy organization is more critical than ever in today's business world.
LEON has developed a framework to address this new complexity. The 4P Matrix offers a systematic approach for a corporation to determine where best to invest in organizational health and, more importantly, the impact of that investment. Rather than rely on guesswork and implementing underutilized wellness benefits, the company can use a proven technology-enabled process built for improving organizational health in a modern company.
As the initial step of the 4PMatrix, organizations use tools such as LEON Insight to measure the health and resilience of their company. These assessments typically involve gathering employee feedback and evaluating various aspects of the organization's culture, structure, and processes. This process will help establish a holistic baseline of your company's health.
The purpose of these assessments is to provide a snapshot of where the company currently stands in terms of health and resilience. By understanding this baseline, organizations can begin identifying areas needing improvement. Additionally, this information can be used to track progress over time and ensure that the company is continually moving in the right direction.
Plan: Once we have a clear understanding of the health of your organization using LEON Insight, you will use a process called "abstraction," and "grouping" where you will take deeper dives into problem areas using follow-up diagnostics and/focus groups to work towards a valid diagnosis. This process would be similar to a focus group in your typical consulting engagements. However, instead of using a team of high-price and often billed-by-the-hour consultants, we let our machine learning-based algorithm tell us what type of follow-up data we need to work towards a plan of action.
The abstraction process is vital because it allows you to take a step back from the data and see the bigger picture. This way, you can see patterns and trends that may not be immediately obvious. The grouping process is crucial because it helps you to organize the data in a way that makes sense for your organization. By grouping data together, you can see how different factors interact and how they might impact your business.
Top takeway: Once you have gone through the abstraction and grouping process, you can start working on an action plan. This plan will be based on the findings from your diagnostics and focus groups. It will help you to identify what needs to be done to improve the health of your organization. The plan will also help you to set realistic goals and timelines for implementation.
The Program phase of the LEON 4P Matrix is about partnering with key stakeholders to bring transformation experiences to your people and measurable growth to their organization. This can include strategic planning and implementation by our performance managers, including data-driven, evidence-based recommendations and playbooks personalized to the company, business function, or individual contributors. It can also include benefit recommendations & workshops by our team of industry-leading partners.
Our LEON 4P Matrix program provides transformative experiences to help your people and the business reach their highest potential. We know what works - from strategic planning all the way through benefit recommendations, our team of performance managers have got you covered with data-driven insights for organizations, functions or individuals alike. And when it comes down to real implementation? Our industry partners come ready armed with actionable playbooks that are tailored precisely for success!
Top takeaway: During this phase, creating experiences that will positively impact your employees and help them grow personally and professionally is essential. By working with experienced professionals, you can ensure that your program is tailored to your specific needs and will help your business achieve its goals. You can transform your organization with the right program and help your people reach their full potential.
And finally, we have the Perform phase. With your organizational health strategy in place and all systems running, it's time to put the pedal to metal - let’s measure success! We'll need additional data integrations such as Salesforce or Workday so we can get a real idea of how our investment into employee engagement & well-being is paying off. With this knowledge under our belt, you can feel confident that everyone’s efforts will contribute towards achieving optimal business performance.
Top takeaway: The 'Perform' phase is you chance to evaluate the success of your organizational health strategy. Get data savvy and integrate additional systems such as Salesforce or Workday, so that you can measure individual changes in employee engagement against overall business performance.
The LEON 4PMatrix is a powerful tool that allows organizations to measure and improve their overall health. Companies can reduce costs by taking an evidence-based approach to organizational health and growth while increasing productivity, efficiency, and employee satisfaction. With the 4PMatrix, you can gain insight into your organization's performance and make informed decisions for lasting change.
Organizations use tools such as LEON Insight to measure the health and resilience of their company in the Prepare phase of the 4P Matrix. This process utilizes a MECE framework (mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive) to separate individual issues from organizational ones. This will help you prioritize which issues need to be addressed first and how best to do so.
The "abstraction" and "grouping" process is used in the Plan phase to take deeper dives into problem areas. This process is driven by our machine learning-based model, in which the system continually follows up, working to define a diagnosis. The Plan phase replaces the need for focus groups and works to ask the right question to the right group of people at the right time.
During the Program phase, organizations partner with critical stakeholders to bring transformation experiences to people and measurable growth to their organization. During this phase, our group of performance managers will work to recommend strategies on an individual, business function, or organizational level.
In the Perform phase, once we have designed your organizational health strategy and implemented it within the organization, it’s essential to measure its success against company success as a whole. This requires additional data integrations such as Salesforce or Workday to quantify how employee engagement or well-being changes affect overall business performance. By measuring both individually and holistically, you can ensure that your efforts are having the desired effect on organizational health—and, consequently on company success.