Organizational Culture at Heart of QCS

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Culture is also at the heart of the QCS Survey data which is organised around four ‘pillars of culture’, namely:

Empathy, Engagement, Clarity of Purpose and Learning

EMPATHY:

giving voice to many people and an opportunity to be heard in the review process.

ENGAGEMENT:

involving a wider group than formal leadership in decision-making and thinking about issues in context. Engaging people in solutions-focused professional dialogue.

CLARITY OF PURPOSE:

coming to a shared view and action plan arising from a process of evidence-based review. Discerning, among many possible improvement actions, which ones have merit and what is possible.

LEARNING:

the whole component review process is one in which a group acts to better understand its own reality and possibility. Its purpose is learning.

All effective review and improvement processes are implicitly founded on these pillars and they provide a simple but powerful tool for understanding organisational success.