Organizational Assessment & Development


  • Support organizations in identifying and reaching their strategic goals
  • Align organizational structure with long-term strategy
  • Clarify positional roles, responsibilities and accountabilities
  • Ensure the right individuals are in the right places
  • Strengthen organizational culture in alignment with the long-term vision
  • Provide organizational analysis, support problem solving and skill development

Who’s most likely to benefit:

  • Any organization experiencing or preparing to initiate significant growth or change


Structure follows strategy. Leaders know that they must find ways to translate their organization's long-term strategy into effective organizational structures, processes and policies. AGH's consultants have supported leaders in a wide variety of industries to assess their organizational and cultural strengths and weaknesses, and to help them prepare them for the future. Clarifying organizational relationships and positional roles and responsibilities help drive the performance and accountability required for significant change. Throughout the process, AGH's consultants provide best-practice knowledge, tested assessments, processes and tools, and supportive facilitation skills.

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