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Solutions for Retailers & Franchisers

Looking Glass is a cost-efficient assessment solution designed to meet the  particular needs of franchisors, franchisees, and businesses such as retail or hospitality that have multiple geographically-dispersed outlets. In these types of decentralized and often far-flung businesses where hiring is the responsibility of the franchisee or regional and store management, with little opportunity or time

Make Smarter People-Management Decisions

OMS for All Your People-Management Decisions More productive management and smarter management decisions depend upon the quality and depth of information management develops and uses. The most difficult information to acquire and to organize has to do with people – their personalities and behaviors, their motivation, and their ability to adapt to changing workplace expectations

Frequently Asked Questions

Listed below are some of the more frequently asked questions concerning the use of OMS. If you have additional questions, we will be pleased to address them. Simply click on the Contact link and send an email, or telephone ADGI. 1.    We use behavior description interviewing, so why would we need OMS? Included in the

A Smart Website

A Smart Website to Make Decisions and Diagnosis Easier and Faster Innovative technology is a major differentiator for Organizational Management System. We offer clients unique and valuable features to help them quickly and easily apply the OMS and JAX information to strategic, diagnostic, and assessment applications. In just a few minutes using the OMS website

Maximizing Human Performance Learning Objectives

Maximizing Human Performance Learning Objectives: Learn how to predict how personal motivation needs influence specific workplace behaviors. Learn how to understand the features and talents of different personality styles and to visually quickly see the differences that distinguish personalities and that affect job performance. Learn how to make more accurate placement decisions by understanding the

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