London – 3 February 2015: The Maturity Institute in partnership with OMS LLP and supported by Long Finance will release the first Organization Maturity Index in Spring 2015.
The OMI: UK150 will be the world’s first index that identifies the extent to which the UK’s largest 150 firms are able to generate business value and mitigate risk with respect to their human capital stakeholders.
Measured against the research tested maturity framework methodology of the Maturity Institute, the OMI: UK150 will use OMS LLP’s Chief Officer Survey and publicly available data indicators to assign an index rating according to OMS’ rating scale using AAA categorization:
Stuart Woollard, Managing Partner of OMS LLP said: “It is increasingly understood that a company’s human capital stakeholders are intrinsic to sustained value creation but also critical in terms of business risk. Our OMI: UK150 is the first index to unlock the extent to which firms are designed and operated on this basis; allowing firms to consider their own value opportunities but also for asset owners and fund managers to build this unique analysis into investment decision making.”
For more information, including index methodology and survey content please contact Stuart Woollard at email@example.com +44 (0) 7940 585661
NOTES TO EDITORS
The Maturity Institute (www.maturityinstitute.com) is the professional body dedicated to achieving business and societal value through organization maturity and comprises a global network facilitating the creation of vibrant, healthy and successful organizations through maximizing the value of their people. For leaders and organizations seeking a new way of working; Maturity provides a vision, a framework and a rigorously defined way forward to achieve sustainable value creation, both for them and the societies in which they operate.
OMS LLP (www.omservices.org) is the first professional services firm to be accredited and licensed by the Maturity Institute , sharing a common aim of helping organizations to create sustained societal value through maximizing the value of their human capital.
The Long Finance (www.longfinance.net) initiative continues to encourage the development of long – term solutions for finance. Through its programmes, research agenda and publications, events and communities, Long Finance tries to expand frontiers, change systems and deliver services to foster a long-term approach to finance.
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