A cultural system is defined as mindsets, behaviors, and structures that sequence in often unseen patterns that drive communication, decision making, and results. At its core, culture is a set of beliefs and mindsets that create norms for behavior throughout an organization. These beliefs, mindsets, and norms may or may not be known by organizational members.
Depending on your goals, business, and reasons for assessing, you can use one, two, or all three of these tools. These assessment tools are designed to be conversation starters, to pique your work force’s curiosity, and discover what people really think about how your culture operates (the great, the not-so-good, and the broken areas).