> One of the great things about the Culturevist network is meeting people leading the development of their company cultures. One of the things that stood out to me is, from some, how much emphasis is put on social events, and how other aspects that could significantly influence culture didn’t come up at all. For example, the way budget is allocated and ‘cost centres’. 

> So here's a list of things that affect culture, and things that are affected by culture.

> It's a simple tool to to have conversations about other aspects that might not be immediately obvious but influential.

> This is partly dependent on our definition of culture. To me, culture is a force that influences the way people think and act, which is made by the way people think and act.

> This is work in progress.

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BELONGING

People

Purpose, Mission, Vision

Brand & Values

Leadership

History

Networks, Community & Relationships

Recruiting & Onboarding

Team & Social Events

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Working

Communication

Decision-Making

People Management

Project Management

Org Structure

Process, Policy, System Design

Experimentation

Meetings

Budget Allocation & Cost Centres

Incentives & Rewards

Length Of Planning Cycles

 

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ENVIRONMENT

Physical Workplace

Technology

Partnerships

Suppliers

Geographic Location

Have a think about whether these aspects of your company are reinforcing how you'd like things to be, or whether that are getting in the way or diluting things. Let us know if you'd like some support.

 

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