This question stems from us developing as an organization and trying to build a larger evaluative framework. I am wondering what measures people are using. I am thinking about measures in two main buckets to help me process this idea. I think the first bucket (holacracy) is part of the other larger bucket (mission and vision attainment) but I am calling them out as different for the purpose of asking the COP about them.
- The first bucket I want to measure is holacracy adoption. In this bucket, I want to understand how people are measuring their progress organizationally. I see some tools for tracking how far along the roadmap to adopting we might be:
- Competency model: https://www.holacracy.org/resource/competency-model/
- Self organization maturity map: https://www.holacracy.org/reso...zation-maturity-map/
- Others I am missing?
Do any of you have examples of how you measure or evaluate yourselves against some of the “levels” in the tools?
- The second bucket for me is Organizational mission and vision. In this bucket, I see a number of ways that people might be thinking about this. For example, Kickstarter, (not using holacracy) has a great mission and vision page where they call out their goals explicitly so they can measure against them (https://www.kickstarter.com/charter?ref=global-footer).
How are you evaluating your team’s movement towards your mission and vision? Does your larger evaluation strategy include measures targeting your adoption of holacracy (as well as financial stability, staffing, project delivery etc)?
I am relatively new to larger quality improvement, measurement, and evaluation systems and I appreciate your comments and replies as we start to wade into this territory.