Construction Pain Assessment

The spider web is generated from the GI Assessment. The assessment covers 100 pain points across key business processes in the construction sector. The spider web provides a simple visualisation of areas for improvement both at a total organisation level and within each business process.

The model also includes a value assessment of making the improvements to overcome areas of pain.

 If you want to know more about how this approach could help you and your business

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GI Construction Pain Assessment

-        SCORE APPROACH

-        DEPLOYMENT OF THE APPROACH

-        RESULTS OF THE APPROACH AND ITS DEPLOYMENT

-        IMPROVEMENT OF THE APPROACH AND ITS DEPLOYMENT

              

0.     No evidence that Approach has been considered and there is a reactive attitude to problems.

-  Little use of the Approach.

-  Anecdotal.  Addresses few relevant areas.

 -Anecdotal. No improvement activities in place.

              

1.     Some form of Approach exists, but it is reactive and not systems-based.

- Approach is applied in some areas.

 - Approach is separate from normal operations.

 - Some measures are in place to assess the effectiveness of achieving the intent of the Approach.

  -  Approach and Deployment are subject to ad hoc review.

              

2.     Beginnings of a planned and prevention-based Approach.

 - Approach is applied in some major areas. Approach is beginning to be part of normal operations.

- Positive trends in some areas. The organisation is beginning to make external comparisons.

-  Some evidence that Results are caused by the Approach in some areas.

-  Approach and Deployment are subject to ad hoc review.

 - Evidence that improvements are being implemented.

              

3.     Approach is planned and has a defined sequence of Deployment.

-  Approach is applied to many areas and activities, including the major ones.

-  Approach is becoming part of operations and planning.

-  Positive trends in many areas, including the major ones.

-  Results are comparable with external organisations in some areas. Evidence that Results are caused by the Approach in some areas.

-  Approach and Deployment are subject to regular review.

 - There is evidence that Approach and Deployment have been improved.

                

 

3.     Approach is planned with a focus on improving innovation and quality to enhance organisational performance.

- Approach is applied to most areas and activities, including all the major ones.

-  Approach is part of normal operations and planning.

-  Positive trends in most areas, including the major ones.

 - Favourable comparisons with external organisations in many areas.

-  Evidence that Results are caused by the Approach in most areas.

-  There are mechanisms for regular review and improvement of Approach and Deployment.

-  There is evidence that the organisation is continuously learning.

              

4.     Approach is proven as a method for improving organisational performance.

-  Approach is applied to all major areas and activities, as well as most support areas.

- Approach is well established as part of normal operations and planning.

 - Positive trends in all major areas. Among ‘best-in-class’ in some areas, including the major ones.

 - Evidence that Results are caused by the Approach in most areas, including all major ones.

 - There is evidence of a system for regular review and improvement of Approach and Deployment.

 -   There is a systematic Approach to continuous organisational learning.

              

5.     Approach is accepted as good practice in the field.

 - Approach is applied to all areas and activities.

   - Approach is totally integrated into normal operations and planning.

-  Positive trends in all areas.

-  Excellent comparisons with external organisations in most major areas.

-  Among "good practice" in many areas.

-  Results are clearly caused by the Approach in all areas.

-  There is a proactive system for regular review and improvement of Approach and Deployment, including their appropriateness.

-  There is widespread evidence that the organisation is continuously learning.

              

              

               * Based on the Business Excellence scoring criteria

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