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Organization analysis

Bring your data from different sources into Orgvue, align it and create a single source of truth, so you can see how your business is performing.

What is Organizational Analysis

Organization analysis is about examining, evaluating and understanding an organization’s structure, processes, functions, culture, and performance. It involves a comprehensive study to understand how the organization operates, how different parts interact, where there are gaps and how effectively it achieves its goals.

Whether it’s for a merger and acquisition, cost optimization exercise or workforce transformation, understanding your organization’s current state will be pivotal in making fast, informed decisions.

Orgvue was purposely built to visualize data in an incredibly powerful way. It empowers you to seamlessly bring together multiple datasets and build a baseline representation of your workforce, giving you the ability to draw robust and valuable insights, and enabling you to make informed decisions with confidence.

Analyzing your organization and managing data is not always easy

Analyzing a large organization based on data presents its fair share of challenges. In an era defined by constant change and transformation, the role of data in understanding an organization’s complexities cannot be overlooked. Yet, most organizations still struggle to bring data together from multiple platforms (for example HR systems, finance systems and spreadsheets) and make sense of it.

How Orgvue helps you visualize your organization and draw insights

Orgvue enables advanced organizational data management and structure analysis, allowing you to see your workforce like never before, design future changes, and tell your story using powerful visuals.

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Deep dive into different areas of your business

  • Consolidate and align your data in one place
  • Instantly view your data and draw insights using pre-built visuals
  • Choose between many different graph types to tell your story
  • Add your brand colors to your visuals
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Model with confidence

  • Use visuals to see which areas might need modeling work
  • Use Orgvue’s drag-and-drop functionality to move around labels, people, positions, skills and more
  • See the impact of your decisions on your organization’s current state
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Use your data to plan your future organization

  • Plan your ‘to-be’ organizational structure using Orgvue’s suite of visuals
  • Share your findings and next steps with stakeholders by exporting visuals directly to Microsoft PowerPoint
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Track progress and monitor against your plan

  • Track progress against targets to ensure you reach your objectives
  • Spot opportunities, improve your delivery and course-correct initiatives as needed

Benefits of Organizational Analysis

Organization analysis is about carefully examining an organization’s structure, processes, functions, and culture. By doing so, it sheds light on the organization’s strengths and weaknesses, and enables leaders to make decisions that lead to better alignment with strategic goals, optimized processes, and a more effective and adaptable organization.

By analyzing and understand your organization, you can:

  1. Enable data-driven decision-making
  2. Identify gaps and risks in your organization
  3. Understand and leverage your strengths
  4. Increase your overall organizational effectiveness

Continuously improve your performance and encourage growth

Take advantage of Orgvue’s expertise and best practice

Showing an organization chart as a ‘sunburst’ visualization in Orgvue, color-coded by department


Integrate and align your data into a single source of truth

Orgvue allows you to bring your workforce data together from many different sources into a single source of truth. Realign your numbers, hierarchies and labels from different systems using Orgvue’s drag-and-drop functionality.

Example in Orgvue showing an organization chart of positions data, people data and financial data, color-coded by country

Multiple visuals showing overall organizational structure to identify potential gaps

Multiple visuals showing the workforce composition to identify potential gaps


Analyze your current state

Pick from a set of visuals that will enable you to explore specific areas of your business, as a whole and at a granular level. With each visual, you can hover over the charts, look closely at numbers, zoom in and out, and explore the data.

Answer questions such as:

  • How many layers do I have in my organization?
  • Are my teams the size I want them to be?
  • Where are higher-grade employees reporting to lower grades?
  • Are there too many contractors at the top of the organization?
  • How many employees do I have on each layer? 
  • What is the age composition of my workforce? Should I reassess my talent strategy?
  • Which department has the highest fully-loaded cost?

Report on talent and ensure you’re in line with your design principles

Look at the composition of your workforce and make sure the overall picture is in line with your design principles, covering gender diversity, ethnic diversity, age and tenure, and answer questions such as:

  • What’s the gender split by grade? Do I have an imbalance at the top?
  • Is there a major gender imbalance in one of my departments?
  • What does the gender split look like overall in my organization?

Showing diversity and inclusion data in Orgvue to answer questions using different zones.

Organization analysis data sheet

Data sheet

Organization analysis

Find out how Orgvue helps you to visualize and understand your organization:

  • have a single source of consolidated and aligned data
  • choose from a pre-built set of slides to tell your story
  • personalize your visuals to your brand colors
  • deep dive into different areas of your business using powerful visuals
  • share your visuals and findings with stakeholder

Book your free demo

Design your business of tomorrow, today. Discover what Orgvue can do for your organization first-hand.