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The Organizational Assessment Survey is a research-based, standardized culture/climate survey, conducted online or by paper and pencil. Agencies can review results electronically and benchmark their results with other agencies. The OAS measures 17 dimensions of organizational climate that are critical to high performance:
The OAS also includes a subset of items used by Fortune 100 companies. In the last ten years, more than 50 OAS users have joined OPM's Performance America Consortium. Consortium members can benchmark their results against each other and against the best in business, using this capability to improve their performance.
With the OAS, you get these benefits:
The OAS process can be repeated to assess change and reinforce continuous improvement efforts. The result is a sharp focus on the change efforts that most effectively help agencies achieve high performance.
If you want to take advantage of our expertise, contact:
Henry Thibodeaux, Ph.D. Manager, Assessment Services Branch U. S. Office of Personnel Management E-mail: Henry.Thibodeaux@opm.gov Phone: 202-606-7228 Fax: 202-606-1399
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