Why participate in OHI for Nonprofits
The Organizational Health Index (OHI) measures nine key outcomes of organizational health and identifies actionable practices that organizations can implement to improve their effectiveness.
Unlike employee engagement surveys, the OHI not only measures where you are now, but helps you improve by teaching you how to identify and address behaviors that matter most for your organization. The OHI for Nonprofits survey also includes questions about impact, retention, and inclusion.
Over the last 20 years, the OHI has been completed by more than 7 million employees from public, private, and social sector institutions globally. Through McKinsey.org, nonprofits around the world can access this powerful tool at no cost.
What participating organizations receive
Access to an organization-wide survey to diagnose current ways of working.
A custom organizational health report, including comparison to McKinsey’s nonprofit benchmark.
Best practice resources to improve organizational health.