Indexer and Discovery
Magus Indexer is a powerful discovery tool that overcomes both of these problems - and does not stop there. Indexer has been developed in slow time, so that it can be applied in real time. The causes of organisational under performance are identified quickly, and cost-effectively. Web-based data collection speeds up the front end of the process; an inference engine speeds up analysis. The use of observational, non-judgemental questions eliminates data contamination.
The Indexer inference engine eliminates issues of data contamination, and its databases can be queried to locate performance blocking issues objectively and with rigour - targeting current problems and their causes, not history.
Indexer and Change
The unique power of Indexer stems from the inherent value of the 'Organisational Resilience' model on which it is based, combined with its ability to stimulate organisational change. Graphical reports are generated for the whole target population, by function, by level, or by level within function.
The differences between these graphical reports are instrumental in stimulating open dialogue about the causes of the differences, and the action needed to deal with the causes. A powerful Diagnostic Tool is provided within Indexer to aid this process.
Indexer - Resilience and organisational permissions
Indexer uses a thoroughly researched model of organisational resilience as its base methodology. Resilient organisations are those that continually adapt to the changing environment - dynamically and organically, by a process of innovation throughout the organisation.
Indexer also identifies where 'organisational permissions' are enabling, or inhibiting, performance. Organisational permissions are implicit signals in the design of all structures and processes - and in management behaviours. Unlike the messages in 'formal' change programmes, permissions send signals to employees every hour of every day about 'what counts around here'.
They are subtle and implicit messages that can positively drive organisations towards greater resilience, or in the opposite direction. Because permissions are largely hidden, without Indexer they are generally difficult to track down - and, therefore, hard to change. Indexer solves this problem.