Do you agree with the following statement?
But organizations are missing key insight on their workforce – how happy, engaged, agile or healthy are their talents?
With the following consequences:
- They are not able to spend their health and learning budget in such a way that it addresses their employee’s need and adds most value.
- Resulting business effects are not visible and clear.
- And there is no structured approach to help managers to improve organization’s and team’s health.
SAP’s internal Global Health Department has developed a score which provides exactly this kind of insight: The Business Health Culture Index (BHCI) rates the general cultural conditions in an organization that enables employees to stay healthy and balanced. This index is part of SAP’s Integrated Report and even quantifies the business impact: For each percentage point in change of the BHCI, the impact on SAP’s operating profit was approximately between €65 million and €75 million in 2014.
With the BHCI SAP’s Global Health Department has proven that it is possible to measure Organizational Health. So wouldn’t it be great to have a standard tool, which provides any company automatically insight on the health of the organization considering people’s well-being and work-life balance, employee engagement, trust leadership and people’s innovation power?
Leveraging the experience and though-leadership of SAP’s Global Health Department, we have kicked off a joint project to come up with a design for a standard solution for Organisational Health.
If you are interested in this topic and want to work with us on such a solution, please contact me – Tanja Baeck from SuccessFactors Employee Central Product Management.