A large insurance company engaged LeadFirst in decision analysis with respect to expanding its headquarters operation vs. its regional offices. LeadFirst conducted an econometric study to assess whether an expanded operation would be more productive at the headquarters location or at the regional sites. Our research indicated that the headquarters location had a relatively high productivity level and therefore decentralization of operations would not lead to cost savings.
The quality of human resources decision-making – or any decision-making – is only as good as the quality of the information upon which the decisions are based. Information is more than data, it is the understanding of the data that is gained by insightful analysis. LeadFirst analyzes organizational productivity in a distinctively quantitative way. Armed with a proper analysis of efficiency management can more effectively address issues such as: