Cultural Transformation

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Cultural Transformation

This cultural transformation assessment enables organizations to move towards a culture necessary to compete in today's accelerated markets.

Ideal For

Any organization


Works of thought leaders that influenced the Growth Criteria, assigned Stage, and associated Business Outcomes.

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Questions by Dimension

15 total questions

Value Driven

• Organization Mission & Purpose


• Organization Accountability
• Organization Behaviors
• Organization Integrity
• Organization Safety
• Organization Synergy
• Organization Values


• Organization Sustainability
• Organization Teams


• Organization Continuous Improvement
• Organization Learning Culture


• Organization Change Management
• Organization Communication
• Organization Leadership Enabling
• Organization Leadership Mindset

Question Growth Criteria Example

Organization Mission & Purpose

Starting (0)

There is a lack of shared understanding of the needs of our customers and what we are doing to meet them

Developing (1)

Our organization has a defined mission statement that creates a shared understanding of what we are trying to accomplish

Organization members understand our customer's needs and how our company strategy and objectives align to meet them

Emerging (2)

Products have inspiring and compelling visions and goals

Business objectives, strategy, customer problems, and market trends were considered when crafting the product visions and goals

Adapting (3)

Organization members can articulate the connection point between their product and higher-level business strategy and objectives

Organization decisions, actions, and behaviors easily tie back to product visions, higher-level business strategy, and objectives

Optimizing (4)

Organization leaders regularly inspire, motivate, and lead by painting a vision of the future and articulating how people's daily activities contribute to it

Employees within the organization often express they feel they are contributing to something greater than their day-to-day tasks