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Diagnosis of organisational values

To complete the Organisational Culture Survey identifying the presence of the desired Values with respect to those that actually exist and their comparison with the personal values of the people who completed the survey. This diagnosis can be made at the organisational level, at the Board of Directors level and at Team level.


The standard process lasts approximately a month with the following stages: 
  1. Initial presentation, 
  2. Selection of people to fill in the survey, 
  3. Data collection, 
  4. Processing the information gathered and 
  5. Presentation of results report.

The survey uses the Barrett Values Centre model, which identifies the first 10 values of the organisation or team being analysed. It also allows identification of the potentially limiting or entropy values and provides a classification of the values according to the model of seven levels of consciousness or organisational evolutionary stage.

The values identified can be compared with the cultural archetypes of achievement, innovation, customer, person or team and we can check whether these archetypes are developing appropriately based on the values existing in the organisation.

This varies depending on the scope of the case.​


Eva Alejo and Yolanda Lekuona.