Case Studies

Examples of custom solutions delivered to our clients to help them improve employee engagement.

Featured Employee Engagement Case Studies: How IM Flash Decreased Employee Turnover by 50%

Using feedback from employee surveys and research by DecisionWise, IM Flash implemented changes over a one-year period. During the following two years, turnover steadily decreased to an average of five percent, down from the previous average of 10 percent. Not only did turnover decrease, but the company culture improved, with employees iterating on the next survey how much they appreciated the new changes. More

Featured Employee Engagement Case Studies: Creating a Culture of Feedback at CHG Healthcare

Back in 2002, CHG Healthcare Services was average. Growth rates were average. Sales and revenue figures were average. Employee turnover rate was, well, average. But the executive team had no interest in simply being average. CHG wanted to be the largest and best healthcare staffing company in the country. More

Featured Employee Engagement Case Studies: Talent Assessment Case Study

For the past 7 years, DecisionWise has worked with Gruma and Mission Foods in assessing leadership talent. This began with a Talent Assessment Process (TAP) conducted for each of Mission Food’s operating plant managers across more than 20 locations. More

Maersk Leadership and Team Building Case Study

A.P. Moller – Maersk Group is a Denmark-based shipping and logistic company with over 120,000 employees world-wide. As part of a comprehensive leadership development program, Maersk partners with DecisionWise to conduct 360-degree feedback surveys, executive coaching, and team building programs with leaders throughout the world. More

Qualcomm Leadership Development Case Study

Qualcomm, a global leader in innovative wireless telecommunications, is renowned for its best-practice leadership development programs and learning culture. As a Fortune 500 company with more than 17,000 employees worldwide, Qualcomm consistently appears on lists identifying companies that are considered best places to work and that are best managed. More

Creating a Top Performer Profile

As one of the world’s leading medical technology companies, Stryker Corporation stresses the importance of identifying and developing strong leaders. Using feedback for talent management and leadership development is something that Stryker takes seriously. More

Whole-System Approach to Performance

“We have been gathering information on our financial and service performance since day one,” says Michael Weinholtz, CHG president and CEO.” But we knew that overall business success is an outcome of more than just operational performance. More

360 Feedback and Coaching for Physicians

Located in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center is a 743-bed, not-for-profit hospital that provides a wide range of health, social, and support services, with special advocacy for the poor and underserved. More

Employee Engagment Case Study

As the nation’s largest group of not-for-profit healthcare sponsors, systems, and facilities, the Catholic Health Association (CHA) attends to the needs of over 5,000 catholic hospitals, representing 20% of healthcare services in the U.S. More