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What Is Effectivity
Measuring Effectivity
Types Of Effectivity
Management Effectivity
Organizational Effectivity
Personal Effectivity
The Difference Between
What Is Effectivity?
Effectivity means the capability of
producing an effect, and is most
frequently used in connection with the
degree to which something is capable
of producing a specific, desired effect.
Definition of effectivity in
various fields
In mathematics, effective is sometimes
used as a synonym of algorithmically
In heat transfer, effectivity is a measure
of the performance of a heat exchanger
when using the NTU method.
In medicine, effectivity relates to how well a
treatment works in practice, as opposed to
efficacy, which measures how well it works in
clinical trials or laboratory studies
In human–computer interaction, effectivity is
defined as “the accuracy and completeness of
users’ tasks while using a system
In management, effectivity relates to
getting the right things done. Peter
Drucker reminds us that effectivity is an
important discipline which “can be
learned and must be earned
In physics, an effective theory is, similar to a
phenomenological theory, a framework intended to
explain certain (observed) effects without the claim
that the theory correctly models the underlying
(unobserved) processes. An example is an effective
field theory that "pretends" that certain effects are
caused by a field even if it is known that this is not
actually the case. In a way, any theory of Physics is
fundamentally an effective theory, since there is no
meaningful distinction of observables and reality
within the scope of Physics
Effectivity is ‘doing the right thing’.
‘Doing the right thing’ means
conducting the right activities and
applying the best strategies for
competitive advantage. From a process
viewpoint it is producing the required
outputs and outcomes, in other words
meeting objectives
Organizational leaders can't comprehend the extent to which
their organizations and processes are efficient, effective, and
flexible unless they know how to measure these things.
Measures of efficiency, effectivity, and flexibility are of great
interest to all stakeholders: process owners, internal and
external customers and suppliers, and executives. Inefficient
processes are costly in terms of dollars, waste, rework, delays,
resource utilization, and so on. Ineffective processes are costly
as well because they don't do what they are supposed to do.
Processes that are not capable of rapid adaptation (flexibility
and innovation) are costly because they are not capable of
rapidly responding to customers' needs in terms of
customization and rapid decision-making. The greatest risk is
that stake-holder loyalty will diminish.
In order to measure processes in terms
of efficiency, effectivity, and capability
of rapid adaptations, people should ask
themselves what, who, when, where,
and how questions.
Here are some effectivity
How well the output of the process
meets the requirements of the end user
or customer
How well the output of the sub process
meets the requirements of the next
phase in the process (internal
How well the inputs from the external
suppliers meet the requirements of the
Types Of Effectivity
Management Effectivity
Organizational Effectivity
Personal Effectivity
Management Effectivity
Return On
Management Effectivity
In management, the ultimate measure of
management's performance is the metric of
management effectivity which includes:
Conflict management, or how well management is
able to utilize confrontation and collaboration skills;
management's ability to be flexible and appeal to
common interests.
Consideration, or how well managers seek to
understand and appreciate others' values; and not
merely as a means to a business goal.
Management Effectivity
Delegation, or how well management gives
assignments and communicates instructions to
members of the organization
Execution, or how well management's plans are
carried out by members of the organization
Leadership, or how effectively management
communicates and translates the vision and strategy
of the organization to the members
Management Effectivity
Motivation, how management attempts to
understand the needs of others and inspires them to
perform. Motivation focuses on how performance is
rewarded rather than how failure is punished
Return on Investment, how well management utilize
the resources ( financial,physical and human) of the
organization to bring an acceptable return to
Organizational Effectivity
Organizational effectivity is the concept of how
effective an organization is in achieving the outcomes
the organization intends to produce.The idea of
organizational effectivity is especially important for
non-profit organizations as most people who donate
money to non-profit organizations and charities are
interested in knowing whether the organization is
effective in accomplishing its goals.
Personal Effectivity
Personal effectivity is a branch of the dealing with
success, goals, and related concepts. Personal
effectiveness integrates some ideas from “the power
of positive thinking” and Positive Psychology but in
general it is distinct from the New Thought
Movement. A primary differentiating factor is that
Personal Effectiveness proponents generally take a
more systematic approach including a number of
factors beside simple positive thinking. Some
proponents take an approach with similarities to
business process management techniques. Others
may take a holistic spiritual and physical wellness
Effectivity And Efficiency
The words efficiency and effectivity are often
considered synonyms, along with terms like
competency, productivity, and proficiency. However,
in more formal management discussions, the words
efficiency and effectivity take on very different
meanings. In the context of process reengineering,
Lon Roberts defines efficiency as “to the degree of
economy with which the process consumes
resources—especially time and money,” while he
defines effectivity as “how well the process actually
accomplishes its intended purpose.” Another way to
look at it is this: efficiency is doing things right, and
effectivity is doing the right things.
Effectivity is about doing the
right things
Effectivity focuses on the end.
Effectivity involves thinking long
Effectivity is a good measure for
Dynamic, changing
Efficiency means doing the
things right
Efficiency focuses on the
Efficiency is restricted to the
present state
Efficiency can be used for fixed,
stable environments as a