Let’s say you want to have cultural values data for a significant number of demographic groupings. CDRs are the way to go. The CDR provides essential data in a concise format that enables groups to work with large amounts of information in a simple and clear way.
CDRs are frequently used to identify pockets of high entropy in the subcultures of business units, divisions, teams, locations, and in age, length of service, ethnicity and gender categories.
CDRs are generated as part of the Cultural Values Assessment (CVA) process. The CDR report contains a one page summary of findings, along with the key diagrams and data tables that you would normally receive in a CVA report.
The CDR provides the same data included in a CVA without the full written analysis.
CDRs can generate deep meaningful conversations about what is working and not working in any subculture of the group you are assessing.
CDRs can provide a road map for building high-performance subcultures.
CDRs can provide significant insights into diversity issues.