Business Self-Assessment

Find out your business culture stage.

Business Cultural Stage

Understanding Your Business Culture

Have you ever stopped to think about the culture in your organisation? Every organisation has its own culture, and each organisation’s culture is unique, even amongst similar businesses in the same industry.

Organisational culture is, essentially, the practices, processes and behaviours by which your organisation conducts itself. Organisational culture and values permeate an organisation, manifesting themselves day to day as its cultural norms – the way things are done around here.

Cultural norms define what is encouraged, discouraged, accepted or rejected within your organisation. Your culture and its cultural norms can have a big impact on human performance. When aligned with the personal values and motivators of your employees, your culture can shape a shared, common purpose, contributing to your organisational stability and, ultimately, your growth and success.

If you have never stopped to think about your organisational culture, it’s time to speak to Barclayss®. Our business culture assessment can help you understand your cultural maturity level and harness it to identify opportunities for cultural change and improvements in human performance. Get in touch with the organisational culture experts at Barclayss® today.

Business Cultural Stage

Behavioural Reliability Model

Understanding a travellers behaviour before, during and after the process is integral to achieving success in the development of their business culture.

Behavioural Reliability Model​

Behavioural Science Model

This is a scientific model which highlights the transference of human behaviour and realises the inherent cognitive distortions that distinguishes human judgement and decision making.

Understand the importance of automatic behaviours which occur in everyday life, impacted by environmental, social and cultural effects.
Behavioural Science Model
Behavioural Science Model

Organisational Cultural Stages

Each and every organisation is different, and experiences business culture in a different way. Being able to define which culture fits into your organisation is an important step in identifying potential black holes and your white space.

Reacting Culture

Reacting Culture

Fire Fighting Mode; acting after something has happened.

Conforming Culture

Conforming Culture

Rules Drive Mode; enforcing rules through discipline.

Achieving Culture

Achieving Culture

Performance Drive Mode; actioning on own drivers.

Integral Culture

Integral Culture

Total Performance Mode; focussing on future requirements.

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