OUR USE CASES

Use Cases

Consider CultureX a Swiss Army Knife, and your cultural issues the campground.
  • MEASURE CULTURE

    Answer the question “what is my culture?” with accuracy and insight

    Culture matters. A recent, large Glassdoor study found that more than half of jobseekers say that culture is more important to them than salary, and research by Professor Alex Edmans (LBS & Wharton) has found that good culture is associated with a 18% higher share price over 5 years, relative to a company with an average culture.
    Despite its importance, few companies have a great answer to the question “what is our culture?” Companies are not aware of their cultural strengths and challenges, how they compare to their peers, whether their culture is improving or regressing over time, and where in the organization the culture is succeeding and failing.
    CultureX was founded to provide a great answer to the question of “what is our culture?”, and fill in these blanks. With accurate and insightful answers to these fundamental questions, companies can build a measurably great culture that attracts and retains employees, and creates tangible financial value.

  • ASSESS CULTURAL FIT OF A MERGER OR ACQUISITION

    Surface cultural synergies and challenges, and do your due diligence

    According to a recent KPMG Survey of Executives, culture is the #1 most consistently challenging integration issue. CultureX lets corporate leaders anticipate challenges before the merger, showing them areas of potential conflict as well as synergy, and suggesting evidence-based ways forward. CultureX will let you how harmonious the merger will be, culturally, and prepare you for any bumps along the road.

  • CREATE A CULTURE OF AGILITY

    Measurably improve agility at your company with global thought leadership

    Quickly adjusting to market changes and seizing new opportunities is very important to most businesses, and it only gets harder as the organization matures. CultureX co-founder Don Sull has taught courses about strategic agility at Harvard Business School and MIT Sloan School of Management, written five books on the subject, and is widely considered to be a global authority on the issue. CultureX has decades of experience helping organizations cultivate and maintain cultures of agility, and can help yours too.

  • CRYSTALLIZE YOUR EMPLOYEE BRAND

    Build a compelling and authentic brand to attract and retain employees

    A company wants to attract and retain the best talent, and wants to know what makes its employees tick. CultureX uncovers the authentic building blocks of its new brand, identifying what topics employees speak about the most favorably, what makes the company unique relative to its peers, and the exact language employees use to describe their culture. Jobseekers gravitate towards this new, authentic employee brand that rings of truth.

  • FORMALIZE YOUR EMPLOYEE DEAL

    Articulate strategically appropriate expectations of employees

    A company wants formalize its commitments to its people and its expectations of them. CultureX captures the employee’s voice, letting the company kown what issues the employees care about the most, and how they speak about them. As a result, the employees’ perspective and language gets represented in the final deal, and the employees buy in.

  • HOST A GLOBAL TOWN HALL

    Hear how hundreds of thousands of employees answer your questions

    A leader in a company wants to quickly understand the lay of the land. CultureX lets them hear how hundreds, thousands… even hundreds of thousands of employees answer their questions, giving them the actionable advice they need to make their next moves.

  • IDENTIFY DRIVERS OF ENGAGEMENT FOR YOUR EMPLOYEES

    Pinpoint highest-impact drivers and killers of engagement at your company

    A company wants to know what makes its employees tick, and what is causing them to check out or leave. CultureX identifies the exact topics and phrases that drive high and low engagement at the company, letting the company know exactly what it should focus on to maximize engagement.

  • MEASURE AND IMPROVE DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

    Measurably improve diversity & inclusion at your company

    A company wants to improve its diversity & inclusion, and needs tools to help it succeed. CultureX measures and benchmarks your D&I, assesses where in the company it is succeeding and breaking down, what is driving its successes and challenges, and what steps you can take to measurably improve your D&I in the highest-impact way.

  • PINPOINT WHAT’S WORKING, WHERE

    See where in the company the culture is working, and not working

    A company wants to identify what is working in the company, and where. CultureX measures hundreds of cultural topics, including company-specific values, and shows where they are succeeding and at risk across different offices, role levels, functions, and other demographics. The company now knows exactly where it needs to focus.

  • SPOT RED FLAGS BEFORE THEY BECOME LEGAL DISASTERS

    Analyze large amounts of employee free text for problematic content

    A company wants to build and maintain a high integrity workplace where no employee is harrassed or discriminated against. Cognizant of legal risks, particularly if relevant information was in their ownership but not acted upon, the company wants to analyze its employee free text data for worrisome red flags. CultureX lets the company know of any issues before they escalate, and gives them peace of mind.

  • TRACK CULTURE OVER TIME

    Measure whether culture change initiatives are on track and course correct

    A company wants to know how its culture is changing over time. Maybe it has a strategic initiative to improve its empowerment and diversity, or even a cultural value like “ferocity”, that means something very specific to that company. CultureX shows you how the topics you care about are improving or regressing over time, and alerts you to any new trends you should be aware of. If the culture change initiative has gone off track, CultureX shows you what exactly is holding it back, and what steps you can take to course correct.

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