Charlotte, N.C.-based IPA 100 firm Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP has unveiled a new proprietary change analytics platform to address organizational burnout.
Developed by the firm’s health care consulting team in conjunction with professor-in-residence Dr. Victoria Grady, the Clari3ty platform utilizes proprietary diagnostics and enterprise-specific data to help companies understand the breadth, depth and character of burnout across their organization. Using this information, they can shift their mindset regarding burnout, employ a data-driven perspective to analyze it and ultimately create a response to address it. The goal is to take the guesswork out of managing burnout.
“We are seeing burnout across all industries – health care, banking, technology, professional services and more,” says Scott Spohn, leader of DHG’s people and change practice. “Before any new initiatives can be implemented, leaders must understand where their people stand – are they ready for change? Are they change adverse? How widespread is burnout? Without organizational data to provide leaders the holistic readiness perspective and in-depth analysis, burnout will perpetuate.”