You’re going through change, and innovation is a priority.

Is your team up to the challenge?

Find out with the Organizational Growth Indicator™.

Imagine having a 360° view of your team’s ability to create new value and adapt to change.

Now imagine having quantitative data that validates how you’re thriving, where you’re lagging and what you need to do about it.

That’s the power of the Organizational Growth Indicator.

What is the Organizational Growth Indicator?

The Organizational Growth Indicator (OGI) is a practical, quantitative tool to assess your organization’s ability to grow and transform.

With the OGI, you’ll know how your people are up to the challenge and you’ll get deep insight into where you need to prioritize your efforts to get the results you need.

How Is the OGI Used?

Administered online and in as little as 20 minutes, the OGI measures the mindsets and culture at play in an organization, giving critical feedback on where you are and what that means to your organization’s ability to grow and transform.  It can be used to clarify and quantify where you need to focus your efforts, and it can be used as you move through the change process to show the progress towards achieving your overall goal.

When administered before and after an organizational change program, the OGI provides solid metrics on the return of your investment.

Discover what people are saying about the OGI.

How Will the OGI Benefit Us?

By leveraging the OGI in your organization, our team will help you:


Pinpoint the hidden factors that support and constrain your organization’s ability to grow and change adaptively.


Improve the skills of your talent and the performance of your organization by developing, designing and delivering targeted learning and development programs.


Evaluate the impact of your training and development efforts to support growth, organizational transformation and innovation.

Take Your Team from Lagging to Thriving

Imagine how great it would feel if you realized one day that your team was solving problems and getting so much more done without you having to be directly involved.