How to measure culture is becoming one of the most discussed topics on culture, in part in response to regulatory pressure to ensure culture is managed and to prevent disasters such as the one we’ve recently witnessed with Wells Fargo, in part to justify the increasing investment in organisational culture and demonstrate the positive impact on the business.
Are you in one of the following situations?
I often notice a surge in questions from clients and friends around a particular topic. Right now, it’s measuring culture. What is it? And how do we do it?
What if there was another way of finessing the evaluation of people that most people cannot see?
There are bodies of work that study the development of consciousness—sometimes called levels of development. These studies can describe the degree of expansion present in the personal lens through which individuals see the world, and could well be a valuable leadership metric in the near-future.
Can and should corporate culture be regulated?
In Australia we are currently witnessing increasing business pressure from ASIC (Australian Securities and Investment Commission) to ensure that culture is being managed.