#296: Why Organizational Planning and Analysis Are So Important w/ Rupert Morrison, orgvue


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Why is organizational planning and analysis important? Well, most organizations don’t remain the same. Rather, they continuously evolve, and constantly need shaping and finessing in order to perform. Research from orgvue and CEBR found that companies that invest in organizational planning and analysis have a 2x increase in productivity growth. For the U.S. economy; that's potentially worth $100 billion!

But, the current method of organizational design is falling behind the needs of the modern-day workplace. They struggle to understand where they are, let alone their plans and aspirations for the future. Most organizations invest 90-100% of HR resources in operations and only 10% in data and planning. Furthermore, most CEOs make no decisions based off HR data.

Today's guest believes "this needs to change if organizations want to be forward-proof and prosperous".
Rupert Morrison is CEO of orgvue, a global HR and organizational planning company that believes that the brightest business leaders need to "design for disruption and turn it into a competitive advantage".
More About Rupert Morrison

Rupert is an economist, recognized author and leader in organization design, human capital management and analytics. His book Data-Driven Organization Design has been shortlisted for the ‘Management Book of the Year Award’ by the Chartered Management Institute and The British Library.

He started his career as a sheep farmer in New Zealand, went on to be a management consultant (for over a decade) and later founded orgvue, whose clients include: TESCO, FEDEX and Johnson & Johnson.

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