A management team audit—including, if necessary, an assessment of the other management personnel as well as leadership development—requires an understanding of the client’s core business and a profound knowledge of management and work behaviour.
A management audit
- results in a professional outlook on the current management’s ability to carry out the chosen strategy or desired reorganisation
- identifies the management’s potential for possible new roles
- sheds light on the management team’s dynamics and ability to cooperate as well as the company’s management culture
- improves the abilities of both the management team and individuals to develop as leaders.
An audit is a great way to boost the work efficiency of board members and the management team and to support decision-making in change, for example when implementing changes in the ownership structure or executive positions.