All the work a manager does - how much they are part of the companys ethos, how far their skills and qualities contribute to the company, the impact they have on the bottom line - this is all part of measuring a managers value.
The Ivory Office Score provides you with a numerical value to reflect this. It is a vital tool if you want to compare different candidates for a job or evaluate your staff. All they need do is take the Ivory Office tests and then a score is provided helping you measure their ability.
Candidates might talk a good game during the selection process but ultimately they might fail to deliver results on the job. Failure to recruit the right staff can end up costing you and your company money.
The Ivory Office Score allows you to put a value on your professional judgment during the selection process.
Calculation the Ivory Office Score of the candidate, increases your recruiting success rate by incorporating a professional judgment during the selection process, something that before could only be realized months after the candidate was hired.View a demo result page
After subscribing for the IOS, in the page Your Tools of your Dashboard,
you will be able to create Evaluations using the button Launch
The Test for Recruiting Top Management is recommended only for candidates for the CEO/Managing Director position.
The candidate will receive an invitation by e-mail together with the links to the tests and the access codes.
After taking the tests you will see in the candidate's Evaluation Page the results at the test and the Ivory Office Score of the candidate.
The Ivory Office Score is based on the results at the tests and the evaluation you have made.
The calculation is based on a mathematical model.
The Ivory Office Model has been developed through 20 years' experience in business management with multinational, regional or local companies of various sizes.
The model simulates the activity of a virtual company involved in manufacturing and distributing products for both professional and consumers market and took into consideration:
The inputs of this model were the skills of the top managers while the output was the value of the company calculated as a function of the key performance indicators of the business.
The model revealed the hierarchy of importance for the skills of each of the executives as well as their weight on the impact each executive can have in the company value.