Cameron-Quinn Method

A simple tool for analysis

We use the Cameron-Quinn Method to analyze the prevailing culture in your organization and to help you formulate the desired target culture. The method consists of two basic elements: a culture model and an assessment instrument. Thanks to the method’s consistent logic, simplicity, and scientific soundness, it can be implemented in the cultural discussion without a lengthy training period.

Focussed discussion on culture

The method operates on the principle that a particular culture is neither good nor bad per se. What matters most is whether the culture fits with the organization and its strategy. In contrast to many other culture models, it is also based on the assumption that culture cannot be grown arbitrarily. In other words, if a culture characteristic needs to be reinforced, it is always necessary to clarify which other characteristic has to be reduced. This discussion unequivocally leads to a new level of precision and relevance.

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