Culture is a company’s DNA. It is what differentiates it from others and what will forge the way in which people will perceive it.
Companies with a culture that is strong and shared by employees are 6x more efficient.
James Heskett & John Kotter, Corporate Culture and Performance.
Why measure a company’s culture?
Know employees’ perception of the company’s culture, which is sometimes in contradiction with the company’s official discourse.
Know employees’ desired company culture, which is sometimes not what the executive imagines it to be.
Define a strong identity and culture based on values shared by all employees.
Determine the gap between the values held by the company and those of its employees.
Recruit people who share the company’s vision and culture.
Increase the chances of success during the acquisition of other companies.
Culture eats strategy for breakfast.
Peter Drucker, American management theorist
How do you measure a company’s culture?
Thanks to this audit, discover your company’s culture and that of your departments and teams. Detect cultural conflicts and act accordingly to make your company one of efficiency with a good working environment.
You transfer a web link to your employees so that they can respond to an anonymous questionnaire on organizational culture and values. The data is collected and automatically analyzed in order to give you a comprehensible and pedagogic report concerning your company’s culture. This file, a PDF customized according to your liking, contains all the data relating to your culture.
We configure the software with you to begin the survey with your employees.
Each of your employees is invited to anonymously respond to a questionnaire thanks to a unique web link.
The software automatically analyzes the data and generates a report containing all of the results and statistics concerning your culture.
A solid and shared company culture is an essential element for a company’s performance because it signifies not only that “things are getting done” but also “how they should be done”. To accompany the evolution of our Group and our leaders, we have chosen to us expertises complimentary to those that we have internally. Vadequa was chosen for its unique method of evaluating company culture, to allow us to better understand each other before determining our common destination.
Christian Boghos – General Manager of Communication and Marketing – ManpowerGroup
How much does it cost to measure a company’s culture?
Your employees are invited to respond to a 20 minute questionnaire on your company’s culture and values. The culture report is generated at the end of this auditing campaign.