The Organizational Culture Inventory (OCI) presents a list of 120 statements that describe some of the behaviors and “personal styles” that might be expected or implicitly required of members of organizations. Following is the result. Please add three to five sentences about your learning experience impacted by the Organizational Culture Inventory (OCI).
The culture of your organization is reflected in the shared values and beliefs that guide the thinking and behavior of members. While the prevailing culture can be somewhat subtle and abstract, it nevertheless sets patterns for the activities of the organization and the personal styles exhibited by members. These styles can range from Affiliative and Achievement oriented in organizations with Constructive cultures to Competitive and Dependent in those with Defensive cultures.
The Organizational Culture Inventory provides a point-in-time picture of the culture of your organization. The results reflect your beliefs regarding how members should interact with one another in carrying out their work and meeting the expectations of their supervisors. The profile below graphically portrays your impressions of your organization’s culture in terms of norms and expectations for 12 distinct, but inter-related, behavioral styles.
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* The typical ideal percentile scores are based on the average scores of 10 members randomly selected from each of 56 different organizations. The 560 respondents in this sample completed the OCI-Ideal, answering in terms of how people should be expected to behave to maximize the effectiveness of their organization.