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Cultural Survey

Description: The Cultural Survey gives you a picture of how people throughout your organization perceive the culture. This information can be used as:

  • A comprehensive analysis of the prevailing cultural perceptions as a function of any desired demographic classification, i.e., cultural, racial, gender, ethnic, differently-abled, etc.

  • An instrument to increase management awareness and develop individually appropriate strategies for implementing cultural change, i.e., diversity, empowerment, etc.

  • A basis for recommendations relative to organizational diversity issues.

  • A baseline from which to evaluate future improvement and measure the organizational culture change as a result of the Diversity Initiative.

Administration: The Cultural Survey consists of approximately 65 questions uniquely tailored for your organization. It identifies beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors about cultural issues. Questionnaires can be distributed to individuals in their work locations or groups can be assembled for formal survey administration. The survey takes each individual 20 to 30 minutes to complete. All responses are anonymous and are returned directly to Innovations for computer tabulation. Participation: A cross-section of executives, managers, female, and minority populations will receive the Cultural Survey. The fraction necessary to obtain an accurate sample depends on the size of your organization and which groups are targeted.

As a companion service, Innovations provides on-site interviews and focus groups to provide qualitative information about the issues involved in the Survey. The interview process provides an important additional perspective of the survey questions.

Analysis: Reports generated from the Cultural Survey can be analyzed by age, gender, race, management level, etc.

Survey results are typically presented in person to the organization's management, along with a concise written interpretation.

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