Organizational Development

CIS works with governmental and non-governmental partners on organizational development for more efficient ways to achieve their intended goals. There is no silver bullet remedy for every situation, rather there is a need for assessments of all identifiable bottlenecks to come up with workable solutions. 

Institutions invest a lot to transform their organizations, to make it more efficient, by changing the way they function, or by changing the inputs they use. It may be by adding or removing some steps in the process, or by applying technology, or altering other factors while examining organizational structural alignment, and the fitness of the basic organizational structure.

Partners working with CIS benefit from the initial stages, where they identify organizational bottlenecks, challenges, and success at the early stages of assessment. And, the findings reveal, issues per type or nature and with a view of specific units throughout the network.

Normally, CIS prefer strategy-versus-structure’ analysis on an organization’s goals, to manage organizational development projects. Once the organizational structural fitness evaluation is complete for strategic and established targets, CIS designs and implements organizational-specific checklists to check the health of the organization’s entire operations.

CIS offers context-specific scientific and suitable approaches to all identified issues based on the tests, check-ups, and recognition of problems. For instance, CIS may come up with follow-up ideas and other recommendations.

Organizational Capacity Assessment and Development: 

Within the existing organizational structures, factors for boosting productivity will be identified and balanced. Rations and unnecessary factors can be eliminated to increase the overall capacity of the organization.

Business Re-engineering:

CIS works with partners to transform organizations in different ways. Among these businesses, re-engineering is one of the ways to boost organizational efficiency. Depending on the study, CIS will either re-engineer the entire system and its specific process or re-engineer a few specific sections.

Information Technology:

The impact of technology on ways we do business is becoming very evident, and business transformation without modern technology is inconceivable, particularly with the application of information technology. Information technology is increasingly adaptable to any sector, whether its health, agriculture, manufacturing, or any other business.

CIS has a specific department for business re-engineering through the use of information technology. We applied IT, along with other strategical,  structural, business renovation, capacity development, and other organizational capabilities.

Human Resource development:

CIS strongly believes that human resource is the central and most valuable asset of an organization. The success of an organization depends on having the right staff. Employers need to know what it means to have the right workers, in terms of numbers, quality, level of education and experience, temperament, gender balance, and the degree to which each employee suits his or her work.

The effectiveness of an organization is dependent on the number of motivated employees. Therefore, in this globalized world, there may not be a static business or method that needs the same expertise as when the company started some time ago.

Hence, there is a need for organizations to carry out a periodic evaluation of staff capacity and provide and upgrade the appropriate capacity development schemes.

As such, CIS is the best choice to work with to address the human resource growth dimensions of an enterprise. We evaluate the overall human resources situation, including, but not limited to, carrying out HR analysis and reviewing the structure of the organization versus the numbers, consistency, gender diversity, and the degree to which each staff is suitable for organizational purposes.Also, CIS applies analytical and up-to-date HR management tools and seeks to identify the right approach to empowering workers. Further, CIS outlines general and specific capacity development needed for staff development and based on agreements with partners, CIS may partner with various specialized training centers by directly implementing the required training criteria