If it's not being measured, it's not being managed.

Organisational culture is much more than morale - it is an asset that leaders use to implement their strategies. A strong, well-directed culture is no guarantee of high performance, but it will drive your strategy far more effectively than a damaged culture.

And you still pay the same in labour costs, regardless of which type of culture you have.


Building a culture that serves strategy

BPA has 24 years of experience in measuring Organisational Culture. Our reports are specifically focused on action-ability.

The first step toward building your Culture of Success is measuring and understanding your current culture - determining your baseline.

A BPA Survey unpacks the levers, the drivers, the push-pull factors of Organisational Culture.

so that you can build your culture of success.
Culture that serves strategy

Strong Culture

What does a strong culture look like?

A strong well-directed culture is a powerful engine focused on performance.

Employees are engaged, energetic and motivated to achieve the organisation's goals.

Leaders are clear and focused in their priorities.

Values are actively put into practice; values are the moral compass of an organisation which shape employees’ behaviours and decisions.

What does a damaged culture look like?

A damaged culture is like a lead-weight that constantly drags down performance.

Employees look out for themselves, and ask what they can get out of the organisation, rather than what they can put in.

A big portion of management time is usually spent constantly putting out fires and fixing problems.

Values are ignored. Day to day behaviours become dysfunctional, chaotic, unsafe and sometimes brutal.

Damaged Culture