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ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING CULTURE ASSESSMENT

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Stephen Gill Learning Culture Assessment

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Stephen Gill Learning Culture Assessment

  1. 1. ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING CULTURE ASSESSMENT Strongly Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Don’t Agree Disagree Know 1. This organization has a clear vision for the future. 2. Employees and volunteers are committed to the mission of this organization. 3. This organization is committed to continuous improvement. 4. Leaders are continually being developed for future roles in this organization. 5. Organization is always looking for ways to use resources more effectively and efficiently. 6. We would change this organization if it would help us to better meet our mission. 7. Board pays attention to enhancing overall performance of organization. 8. This organization uses its own experience to learn how to perform more effectively. 9. Evaluation is part of every program and operation of this organization. 10. Evaluation results are used in organizational planning. Adapted from Developing a Learning Culture in Nonprofit Organizations by Stephen J. Gill, Sage Publications, In Press (May 2009)
  2. 2. Strongly Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Don’t Agree Disagree Know 11. Employees and volunteers receive appropriate orientation and training. 12. Employees and volunteers are clear about link between what they are doing and strategic goals of organization. 13. Individual employees and volunteers are engaged in action learning. 14. Work teams are engaged in action learning. 15. Effective leadership is recognized and rewarded. 16. Organization works with community for mutual learning. 17. This organization is committed to building its capacity to be effective over the long term. 18. Organization’s products and services match what clients/customers want. 19. Resources (people, money, facilities, equipment, etc.) are aligned with intended outcomes of organization. 20. Learning and improving permeates everything we do. Adapted from Developing a Learning Culture in Nonprofit Organizations by Stephen J. Gill, Sage Publications, In Press (May 2009)

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