LoomOrganizational Health
Modeling organizational health and performance

Loom Organizational Health

The Loom Organizational Health Diagnostic was created to assist leaders and change professionals alike to design and develop great organizations. By understanding and assessing the key dynamics that predict company effectiveness, it is possible to create significant and lasting improvements within an organization. Loom goes beyond normal employee and strategy surveys. After diagnosis, it suggests organizational changes that will have the greatest impact on the business. As leaders grapple with an increasingly complicated and unpredictable business environment, Loom provides a practical roadmap for building organizational health and sustained performance.

Loom Organizational Health key benefits

  • Organizations are composed of numerous social and technical systems. Creating a high performing, healthy business is a complex and ever-changing problem. A leader interested in bringing about change must understand the many interrelationships of people and processes and to weave together the various threads of organizational activity.

  • Measure and model key health factors

    Understand how well you are doing in those areas that matter most to your business. The relationships between factors is also an important outcome of this process.

  • A simple yet comprehensive picture of the organization

    Few frameworks are able to capture all of the most critical dynamics in a company without over-complicating things. Loom is unique in its ability to address social and technical factors both inside and outside the company and make it simple and easy to understand and action.

  • Sync up your organization

    Use Loom diagnostics to align leadership around the current situation, future direction, and top priorities to improve health and productivity. Identify misalignments between strategy, systems, people, and culture.

  • Track progress over time

    Periodically track changes to health in order to create sustained performance and identify problems early.

  • The importance of models and frameworks

    Solar system model

    Organizational models are an important part of designing and managing a company. They clarify complex or ambiguous situations and systems. Models and frameworks help to make sense of complex situations and support effective decision making. Without frameworks, we are left to react to every piece of information as a unique event or an exception. The best managers use organizational models such as Loom to enhance their effectiveness.

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