Culture survey
A culture that fits your purpose
Organizations invest heavily in achieving their ambitions. Realizing these objectives does not only depend on strategy and structure, but also on a culture where organizational and individual values are aligned.
About Valpeo Culture Survey
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Valpeo Culture Survey will provide you with the perception of the current and desired culture within your organization. Culture can be defined as the set of shared values of the members within an organization, which makes it critical to understand what they value. It establishes an in-depth insight into the subcultures within your organization and clarifies which cultural values support the realization of your organizational goals.

The survey defines which subcultures support or hinder your organizational strategy and can measure job satisfaction amongst your employees.
This will help you maintain effective engagement and performance, and retain your key asset: your people. The survey supports unlimited criteria, i.e. age, seniority, functional domain…, to integrate into the analysis of your subcultures. Regardless of organizational size or whether you want to involve specific groups of people or entire departments, Valpeo Culture Survey gives you a clear picture of how to align the defined subcultures with your business strategy. Based on the results of the survey, recommendations are offered in order to start a successful cultural transition from current to desired culture.
Key features
Holistic approach
Helps you to anticipate changes and challenges in the foreseeable future
Completely customizable according to the needs of your organization
Measure job satisfaction and engagement
Based on The Theory of Basic Human Values, developed by professor doctor Shalom H. Schwartz
Receive an automated report immediately after survey completion, both for your general culture as the defined subcultures.
Gap analysis: the extent to which the current and desired culture align
Obtain a comprehensive and in-depth report, supplemented with graphical representations and statistical data, that can get you started right away.
Recommendations to facilitate a possible cultural transition
Average completion time per participant
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Science behind the product
Developed by Shalom H. Schwartz
The Theory of Basic Human Values, developed by Shalom H. Schwartz, is an important theory in the field of intercultural research.
Culture is a crucial factor in the attitude towards, and handling of, risks and opportunities within your organization. Pragmatically, culture can be described as the 'whole of shared values'. Organizational culture can be seen as a snapshot of the shared values of all members within your organization. To achieve a successful cultural transition, the current and desired culture must be measured against a value framework.


Professor dr. Shalom H. Schwartz's value model describes 19 universal human values, based on an international benchmark. These values occur in every culture, and therefore in every organization. The values and their mutual relationships are visualized in a circumplex.
Identifying and understanding the different subcultures within the organization is key in supporting effective engagement and performance.

Culture mapping gives a clear indication of the cultural alignment of the examined population with the organizational culture, as well as the related impact on the cultural development of your organization. This approach uncovers the different value frameworks of each member of the examined population. It also examines how the current and desired culture align, and whether they support or impede the realization of the organizational strategy.

Each organization gets confronted with the following cultural value orientations:

Change-oriented vs. Conservation
Hierarchy & Mastery vs. Egalitarianism & Harmony
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