It can be difficult to maximize the ROI of strategic planning efforts because the resulting initiatives are often targeting the wrong problems. Tools like SWOT, BCG Matrix, Eisenhower Matrix, and many others, are all wonderful and recommended, but they are only effective if you have adequate information.
Since organizations operate in dynamic and complex environments, maturity of internal inter-dependent attributes is crucial to solving the right problems. By evaluating it's maturity, an organization is properly prepared for strategic planning that renders continuous improvement, maximum valuation, and sustainable growth.
The Holistic Maturity Model™ is a framework that helps organizations assess and improve their capabilities. It is based on 3 organic dimensions that contain 10 organic attributes, which are supported by over 60 sub-attributes. Evaluation of the attributes and sub-attributes, along with the interdependencies across them, provides a comprehensive approach for organizations to evaluate their strengths, identify gaps, acknowledge constraints, and facilitate targeted development initiatives.
Every organization operates organically across the dimensions of Culture, Capability, and Continuity. Within these dimensions are 10 core attributes, listed here, and over 60 interconnected sub-attributes.
The Holistic Maturity Model™ measures the maturity of the organization in these attributes across 5 unique maturity levels.
The HMM™ will help you properly prepare your business to sell at maximum valuation.
The HMM™ will help you validate the maturity of a business you are wanting to purchase.
The HMM™ highlights opportunities to mature your business for future growth.
The Holistic Maturity Model™ is field tested and continuously refined for the best results. Want to see how we built the model?Get the White Paper
The Holistic Maturity Model™ is available in 2 versions. Determine the right fit for your organization.
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Age doesn't equal maturity. As a 40 year old organization with national market share, we realized we were still very immature. This prevented us from being profitable and ultimately kept us from achieving our purpose as an organization.
- Colt McCarthy, CEO