None of the managers has stated s/he is responsible for these types of
activity. They may be crucial for your business but nobody is responsible for
them or the managers do not know that these types of activity are within their
A number of managers believe they are responsible for these types of
activity. This may mean that none of the managers is actually responsible for
them. Responsibility overlaps are usually caused by:
The responsibility for these types of activity is correctly distributed
between the managers!
These managers indicated that they are responsible for too many types of
activity. This means they are overloaded and incapable of effectively fulfilling
their tasks.The reasons may include:
These managers have failed to specify a single area of responsibility.
The reasons may include:
These managers indicated that they are responsible for one or several (up to
7) types of activity. An optimal workload for a manager is responsibility for
5-7 types of activity.
These types of activity are rated by your employees as being very
ineffective. Urgent intervention is required!
Please click the process link to view detailed information: list of
statements analyzed by the staff during the survey as well as the average mark
for each statement:
These types of activity are rated by your employees as being of medium
effectiveness. To improve the company’s effectiveness these processes have to be
These types of activity are rated by your employees as highly effective. They
do not require any special attention.