The Culture Map

Scalable framework for employee and organization culture development

The Culture Map is much more than a new growth tool. It purposefully focuses on employee and organization culture fitness and development. It aids in building happier, better performing companies; navigate through many interacting, competing priorities, agents (stakeholders) and human resources. It makes effectual space so the undiscussable becomes discussable!.

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What's it about?

"The Culture Map helps you to systematically design, communicate and implement a happier, nimble organizational culture that employees actually embrace.  It can be used to map out an existing or desired state.

Powered by Design Thinking, Culture Map uses evidences, levers, values, and assumptions to help manage the tradeoffs between agility and efficiency, equally, adaptivity between self-determining autonomy and ascendancy control is analyzed.


Who should use it?

If you want to design and develop your company culture for emergence, and manage its growth, the Culture Map is a great place to start. You can use it to communicate your desired culture internally or externally through collaboratively designed, representative prototypes. The Culture Map amplifies your culture's respective integrity and acceptability. It's an exceptional communication and excellence driven, scalable tool.

Who made it?

Dave Gray

Design Thinker Dave Gray works with senior leaders to help them design more flexible, innovative organizations. His passion is to create real, sustainable change in complex social systems. He helps groups work together to visualize complex challenges, making them easier to see, share and solve, so they can move their ideas and organizations forward. Dave has authored two books on designing change and innovation. His first book, Gamestorming, is a practical handbook for innovators and change agents. His second book, The Connected Company, is a strategic blueprint and roadmap for businesses who want to innovate and lead in the next century. Dave is the founder of XPLANE, the visual thinking company, which was acquired by the Dachis Group in 2010. Dave is also a founding member of Viz Think, an international community of Visual Thinkers, and serves on several advisory boards.

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