Analysis Of Organizational Outputs

Outputs relate generally to service or production units. In the case of a production setting, this might involve the number of products created within a given period of time, and the associated costs of production. Outputs can also relate to the number of customers your sales staff visited within a specified time-period, and the number of sales that followed. These data can also be directly linked to the associated costs of production or service delivery.

Within the public sector, outputs can include:

  • The number of clients or patients served within a prescribed time-period
  • The number of clients or patients completing service
  • The numbers and types of services delivered
  • The number of sessions per individual.

These data can be tracked for companies or organizations as a whole, or by department, work locations, employee, and so on. The more variables that are tracked, the more detailed and useful the analysis becomes.