Culture performance matrix
Culture is having a moment. You might have noticed it too.
In today’s market the consequences of under-investing in organizational culture are growing. 76% of consumers say they will discontinue their relationship with companies that treat the environment, employees, or the community poorly. 48% of America’s working population is actively job searching or watching for job opportunities. Despite the hype, culture remains one of the most under-utilized and misunderstood growth levers. It’s time to demystify culture and put it to work.
What exactly is the Culture Performance Matrix?
A map showing how an organization’s Culture Performance (CPIs™) impact its business performance (KPIs) over time. Culture Performance Indicators (CPIs™) are quantifiable measures that show how an organization’s culture either propels or hinders its people and progress. They help leaders act upon the often under-utilized and misunderstood relationship between culture and business performance.
Why measure culture and business performance together?
Because, after 9 years of study and experience, we’ve found that culture is highly correlated with achieving, or missing, KPIs. If you shift culture in targeted, data-driven ways, you’ll achieve your KPIs more easily, quickly, and effectively—and you’ll help your employees thrive in the process.
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Let’s turn this moment into a movement together.
Implementing various efforts to improve and heal its culture, the client needed a way to measure the impact of these efforts.
In the wake of leadership resignations tied to a public scandal, THRUUE was engaged to help the CEO and CHRO turn around a culture of low trust, low accountability, low transparency, and lack of collaboration.
“Our partnership with THRUUE has been an essential element of our effort to re-engineer our organization’s business model. Their ability to seamlessly weave culture and strategy together helped us immensely. With their valuable and easy-to-understand assessment, we’ve been able to develop a business model that suits our organization’s current and desired culture.”
Former President & CEO | Rebuilding Together