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Why Conduct an Organizational Inclusion & Engagement Assessment?

An energy use efficiency company needed to assess the extent to which BIPOC employees felt welcome and engaged in the organization. They hired DTUI to conduct an organizational assessment twice - 2020 and 2022. The organization made considerable progress between the first and second surveys based on recommendations. The result was higher BIPOC retention and employee engagement.
Employee engagement is crucial for talent management and productivity. Increased diversity in the talent pool due to the demographic shift makes it more challenging to harness talent. Inclusive assessment captures the gaps in the organization’s engagement culture to close performance gaps.


  • OIEA is conducted to identify competency areas, performance evaluation, and potential risks.
  • OIEA can provide organizational metric data needed to support investment and restructuring decisions.
  • OIEA addresses questions like "How are we doing?" The data provides insights into how the organization is doing, what it does well and why it may not be achieving business goals.
  • Why Conduct an Organizational Assessment?

    There are two basic reasons to conduct an OA.

  • An OA is useful for identifying an organization's strengths and challenges. OA is often used to generate data that will be useful in planning and decision-making, to identify ways in which an organization can effectively improve its performance, identify needs that should be addressed through specific actions, and respond to a need or desire to change an organization's business performance.
  • An OA can offer a set of processes for reflecting about appropriate paths for the future, such as strategic, programmatic, financial, and staffing decisions.
  • Who Should Conduct Your Organizational Assessment?

    If you have in-house expertise, the resource can really be cost effective. At the same time, certain projects may require external expertise for organization wide acceptance or trust.