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Culture Design: Mapping Your Company Culture

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Culture is too important to be left intangible or described by ambiguous words like "innovative" "collaborative" or "open". XPLANE led a hands-on workshop in San Francisco on November 20, 2014 to explore techniques for diagnosing and visualizing culture. Here are the slides from that workshop, held in partnership with Culture Lab x General Assembly.

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Culture Design: Mapping Your Company Culture

  1. | XPLANE 1 NOVEMBER 19, 2014 CULTURE DESIGN: MAPPING YOUR COMPANY CULTURE General Assembly | San Francisco, CA
  2. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 2 Goal: for everyone to leave with at least one new culture mapping technique to explore
  3. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 3 Hi, we are XPLANE Design Consulting Organizational Change Visual Communications
  4. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 4 words alone words and images
  5. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 5 Meet your neighbors DRAW: The organizational culture value most important to you
  6. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 6 What is culture?
  7. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 7 Culture = the habits of a group
  8. | XPLANE 8 Why is it so hard to describe? culture is the set of things that we’ve (unconsciously) mutually agreed are normal CULTURE MAPPING
  9. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 9 What questions should a culture map answer?
  10. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 10 What do we value? How should we work together? What makes people successful here? Who should we hire? What can guide us in decision making?
  11. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 11 “When your values are clear to you, making decisions becomes easier.” – roy disney
  12. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 12 How do companies document their culture?
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  18. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 18 Why do culture mapping?
  19. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 19 Because we want to: 1. Create it 2. Understand it 3. Change it
  20. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 20 Choose your own adventure! Aspirational Tell-it-like-it- culture map is culture map
  21. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 21 Creating a culture Important for: start-ups high growth High change
  22. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 22 1. Get the right people in the room 2. Ask the right questions 3. Visualize it (big!) 4. Make it a management tool
  23. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 23 1. Get the right people in the room 2. Ask the right questions 3. Visualize it (big!) 4. Make it a management tool See appendix for more details
  24. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 24 1. Get the right people in the room 2. Ask the right questions 3. Visualize it (big!) 4. Make it a management tool
  25. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 25 1. Get the right people in the room 2. Ask the right questions 3. Visualize it (big!) 4. Make it a management tool
  26. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 26 understanding a culture Important for: Mature organizations Organizations seeking to change culture
  27. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 27 Various Tools
  28. | XPLANE 28 Chris Argyris (Harvard) Dave Gray (XPLANE founder) CULTURE MAPPING Edgar schein (mit)
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  31. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 31 Evidence
  32. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 32 Evidence Why?
  33. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 33 Evidence Why? Levers
  34. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 34 Evidence Why? Levers Why?
  35. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 35 Evidence Why? Levers Why? Values
  36. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 36 Evidence Why? Levers Why? Values Why?
  37. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 37 Evidence Why? Levers Why? Values Why? Assumptions
  38. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 38 Why
  39. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 39 Espoused Theory What we say we value Theory - in - use What we demonstrate with our behavior Chris Argyris (Harvard)
  40. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 40 Evidence Why? Levers Why? Values Why? Assumptions Espoused theories Theories in use
  41. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 41 A TOOL Dave Gray (XPLANE founder)
  42. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 42
  43. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 43
  44. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 44 Our Story
  45. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 45 We Created It.
  46. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 46 We continually seek to refine & understand it.
  47. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 47
  48. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 48
  49. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 49 Choose your own adventure!
  50. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 50 Thank you! Kathryn jarrell - kjarrell@xplane.com Stephanie gioia - sgioia@xplane.com
  51. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 51 Appendix: 7 games for aspirational culture mapping
  52. CULTURE MAPPING | XPLANE 52 Appendix: 7 games for aspirational culture mapping

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