The Comparison Report provides a detailed analysis of the similarities and differences between departments, units, etc. within your organization. This information will help you see what one group can learn from another, and how you might need to adopt alternative approaches to help groups transform their culture.
Understand what differences in culture are experienced by different groups, or in different sectors of an organization. See what groups can learn from one another and how there may be different priorities to focus on across the business.
Explore the data of internal groups from different perspectives, to understand who are the people, how they see the culture, and what they believe is important for the future.
The Espoused Values Analysis allows you to see how clearly your values are being embodied by the organization and how clearly they are recognized by its people.
Espoused Values Analysis
The core values on the wall may stir cynicism or they may be alive in every meeting, decision, and action. Find out their impact on your organization.
The EVA allows you to see to what extent your employees believe the organization is living its espoused values and how important they believe they are for the future.
Sometimes it is useful to analyze your organization’s values from different perspectives, for example, looking at your culture from the perspective of values that enhance or prevent cultural risk or values that represent desired competencies. The Cultural Attributes Report allows you to understand how your culture may be impacted by particular organizational practices.
Have the flexibility to group values into any categories you choose. For example, see how your culture mitigates or enhances risk, supports diversity, or builds engagement.
Ability to group different values into specific categories to see their impact on different aspects of your culture e.g. engagement of employees, propensity to innovate, etc.