To improve the organization of your educational facility, we propose to study its organizational structure and its elements, e.g.:

  1. Official and functional organizational ties – in order to:
    • study the flow pace and completeness of procedures and official instructions,
    • determine the levels of subordinate-superior independence and dependence relationships,
    • acquire feedback on realization of duties entrusted with a subordinate,
    • assess the priorities and the order of performing tasks by the subordinates,
    • obtain information from the superior about his judgment of realizing guidelines,
    • evaluate the reasoning behind actions not ordered by superiors,
    • study the levels of mutual support and cooperation among subordinates.
  2. Communication and information system, including existing document workflow – in order to:
    • monitor the performance of already made decisions,
    • study the impact and coordination of activities,
    • study the potential for cost reduction by eliminating redundant actions,
    • identify the commitment levels of employees during specific actions,
    • suggest possible corrective measures for increasing efficiency,
    • obtain information on the prospects for solving problems,
    • establish how much the system is formalized.
  3. The condition of the part of organizational structure responsible for employment on the basis of an arranged test sample – in order to:
    • study the potential for optimization of the present staff employed in individual work positions,
    • control and correct the scope of duties of individual positions in regard to actual and/or expected actions taken by employees.
  4. Human resources:
    • numbers of employees in relation to the scope of tasks,
    • the rationale behind division of labor and roles assigned to employees,
    • appropriate level of complexity of organizational structure, i.e. comparing actions conducted in individual positions of different organizational units,
    • levels of commitment of individual employees into internal and external communication,
    • study of labor efficiency by qualitative analysis of the institution as a whole and as broken down to individual divisions and departments,
    • remunerations as labor costs divided into total, fixed, variable, and unit costs,
    • relation of labor cost to employment level,
    • work time with regard to normative work time, overtime, sickness absence, and other factors affecting time that constitutes cost for the employer.

Maintaining costs at a specific level as a result of performing the above-listed operations will allow to increase the efficiency of presently held and verified resources by adapting them to the existing conditions. This will secure continuity for the realization of objectives and facilitate full use of the verified resources.