&co-Organisation Scan®

Beyond pure assessment

Every company has unutilised performance reserves. Managers often have a rough idea of where these reserves lie. However, before you start trying to access unused resources, it helps to identify them precisely and point out concrete levers for possible improvements.

In our experience, this does not require an all-encompassing assessment that analyses the organisation down to the last detail. Instead, we believe in a targeted approach that focuses on the key dimensions of high-performing organisations. Multiple perspectives within the organisation are considered in a time-efficient process. In addition to a quantitative overview, specific starting points for improvement are also identified.

Axel Sauder, Partner and organisation expert at undconsorten, on the &co-Organisation Scan®

Application of the &co-Organisation Scan® in your organisation

Four steps to crack the code and unleash the potential


Definition of the circle of participants and the areas involved


Dispatch of the ready-to-use query (duration approx. 30')


Evaluation and preparation of the results within one week


Discussion of the results and development of an implementation roadmap

Seven core dimensions to boost organisational performance

The &co-Organisation Scan® focuses on seven dimensions in which companies must excel in order to achieve exceptional performance. Each dimension consists of aspects that characterise successful companies. The dimensions and their underlying themes are outlined below:

Exemplary evaluation

The &co-Organisation Scan® provides an overview of the areas with the greatest performance reserves. The special thing about it is that it also provides concrete levers for improvement. In this way, we go beyond pure evaluation and arrive directly at well-founded hypotheses about performance improvements.

Use the mouse-over below to explore possible scan results. What are your hypotheses about your organisation's results?

Our armoured crackers:inside

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Philip Semelmayer
Philip Semelmayer
Associate Principal
Dr. Lena Zschunke
Dr. Lena Zschunke
Senior Associate
Dr. Axel Sauder
Dr. Axel Sauder