Cultural Analytics turning qualitative to quantitative data

culture organizational CULTURAL ANALYSIS

Have you ever noticed that following poor business performance, for example, Deepwater Horizon, Stafford Hospital and Supply chain failures, subsequent investigations always reveal that the cultural and behavioural conditions must have existed for the poor performance to emerge and become a reality?

The article outlines how people’s behaviour can be the subject of audit and assessment.  Cultural analytics turns qualitative data into quantifiable management information.  This allows organisational risk, conduct risk and compliance and performance management risk created by the business culture to be exposed.

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About the author: Ian Rosam from HPO Risk Solutions is the creator of unique intellectual property to measure risk and business culture to business and compliance management outcomes. A system thinker, author and facilitator supporting the implementation of ERM and Management systems. Ian has worked in many different industry sectors.

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Cultural Analytics turning qualitative to quantitative data
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Cultural Analytics turning qualitative to quantitative data
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Have you ever noticed that following poor business performance, for example, Deepwater Horizon, Stafford Hospital and Supply chain failures, subsequent investigations always reveal that the cultural and behavioural conditions must have existed for the poor performance to emerge and become a reality?
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