Calibration workshop based on the study and analysis of organizational health index was held at the head office of “Samruk-Energy” JSC under the guidance of Almassadam Satkaliyev, Chairman of the Board of “Samruk-Energy” JSC. We would like to remind that the level of organizational health is determined by 9 components: Development direction, Responsibility for results, coordination and control, interaction with external environment, Management, Innovation and learning the new, development of potential, motivation, working atmosphere and corporate values. These 9 components consist of 37 management approaches (Management Practices). Sustainable organizations do not just learn to adapt to current situation or solve pressing issues, but they develop the skill to learn new things and constantly develop themselves.
The results of joint work carried out by Transformation team and EY consultants were reported by Gleb Khimichev, Transformation project manager from “Ernst & Young” team. After reporting on conducted study and considering the prepared analysis, participants of the workshop: Chairman of the Board, Managing Directors and CEOs of SA identified the highest priority management practices and set goals and objectives for their development.
The seminar was held in the working atmosphere, where participants demonstrated a team approach, and expressed great interest in achieving results of its work.
Upon completion of the seminar, the Chairman of the Board thanked all participants for their work and expressed confidence in the necessity and importance of introducing such a tool like improvement of Organizational Health Index.
The next phase of work regarding OHI is to develop an action plan for achievement of target values of management practices established by Calibration Workshop participants.
Results of calibration seminar:
1) the list of priority management practices (methods) for a year was approved.
2) targets on priority management practices (methods) for a year were approved.
3) the list of persons responsible for development of management practices (methods) for a year was approved.
Further steps: improving management practices.
Viability assessment is conducted once a year; additionally, the selected management practices can be evaluated once every half year for control measuring of their development dynamics.