We’re passionate about helping organisations to tackle some of their most pressing people challenges like:

  • Are we doing the right thing by our customers, community and teams?
  • What is the real experience of inclusion and belonging here?
  • What are our risks and are we mitigating them?
  • Is our workplace culture a competitive advantage?

What’s different about how we map, measure and review culture?

Bringing in an objective third party to review your culture can often feel like death by Powerpoint, consultants coming in to ‘fix’ people or organisations, or like a sales-pitch forcing you to buy into ‘off-the-shelf’ solutions. In building a positive workplace culture the best solutions are not ‘off-the-shelf’, but rather, are carefully co-designed ‘right practice’ – taking into account each organisations unique context, its people, its strengths and its challenges.

Having partnered with leading thinkers and organisations to get to the heart of what really matters at work, we’ve designed an approach to people and culture reviews that is practical and tailored to your organisation.

Our Approach

Every organisation is unique

We tailor and design every culture review uniquely to match the needs of organisations. We call it co-curation and our aim is always to work with you to find the process and rhythm that fits with your company culture.

Data matters

Our technology is designed to provide your People with measurement tools to better understand themselves, the teams they work in and the complex system of your organisation. Whether they are a new employee, or the CEO.

Solutions are inside your team

 We take a deeply client and human-centric approach to each and every people and culture review. We love working with clients and see ourselves as invisible partners, fitting seamlessly alongside the People and Culture/OD team, supporting you to deliver measurable outcomes and impacts.

Moving beyond engagement scores

For nearly 30 years we’ve looked to Engagement scores as the measure of organisational culture – an odd set of questions, more aligned to productivity (doing more with less) than anything to do with the complex system that is people and culture.

Things are changing. These metrics are no longer answering some of the increasingly important and challenging questions facing organisations. Creating a positive workplace culture and whether we feel we belong is a complex system, not a single score.

As part of our culture reviews we have a range of different tools that allow you to take a deep dive into the nuanced and critical elements that combine to form your people and culture. To learn more about one of our favourite tools The Culture Dashboard and our Belonging Index.

Why do a culture review and what are the tricks to look out for? 

If you’re interested in understanding more about what a culture review is, how and when to do one and what to avoid, we recommend that you tune into this episode of Article 23, mwah.s weekly podcast. 

Connect with our team and get access to our case studies

To discuss how our culture reviews could work to support and enhance culture change in your workplace, or if you are interested in reading our Case Studies from previous Culture Reviews, please contact our team.

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