The Bioss Lines of Sight™ data analytics are built on our core models including the Tripod of Work, and the Levels of Complexity framework.

Bioss has deep expertise on the complexity of work that people are asked to do, and on analysing conditions to support good judgement. Our models have emerged from listening to nearly 150,000 people – at all levels of work, in diverse organisations and a multitude of cultures – talk about the conditions in which they can exercise their judgement in line with strategy and purpose, in order to make good decisions, build value, and contribute to their organisation’s culture and their wider society.

Drawing on decades of expertise, Bioss has developed a new generation of data analytics tools that helps boards, non-executive directors and executives to understand, quickly and clearly, the judgement and decision-making ecosystem of the organisation.

At their core, the Bioss Lines of Sight are data analytics designed to help answer one deceptively simple question:

“How confident are you about the quality of judgement and decision making in your organisation?”

This is a vital question. Bioss believes that leaders can and should create conditions in which everybody in the organisation can exercise good judgement to make sound decisions. But it can be hard for boards, non-executive directors and senior management to gain insight into how these conditions are working. There are frequently significant gaps between leadership and ground-truth perceptions.

Bioss Lines of Sight make those gaps visible. They make it easier for key stakeholders to see the conditions for judgement that leadership is setting for the people in the organisation, and to put a measureable shape around culture.

They do so by providing a series of “heat maps” based on the answers to questions from people across the organisation, and even, where relevant, from people in key supply-chain partners as well.

These maps clearly illustrate where conditions are being created, for example, for possible conduct risk, or the likely erosion of value and potential failure to meet market expectations.

Information can be viewed over time at an aggregate level by the board and the executive team. It can also be viewed by country, region, department or division, or at the team or individual level.

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