Corporate Culture Assessment

 Project  Management Workshop

Creating a Nurturing Environment at the Workplace

2 Add’l Seats Free for each Participant Registered before  22 Mar 2013


Workshop Details


S$980 per participant


Lunches, Snacks and Workshop Coursebook

Date :

1-2 Apr 2013,  Thu-Fri 2 days


9.30am to 5pm,  Tampines Junior College

Early Birds Perks :

2 Add’l Seats Free for each Participant Registered before  22 Mar 2013

1 Inspiration CD : Printer-Ready Posters, Screensavers Quotes, Articles, Forms, etc.

$30 Book Voucher for FIRST 20 Paid Registrations



This workshop will help you design and implement a  step-by-step framework for identifying, collecting, analyzing and using data as a basis for creating a work environment ideal for optimum productivity.  It  will provide you clear strategies and practical tools to acquire accurate insights, into what truly matters for  deep change to occur. By focusing on communication, character, and the multi-dimensional variables that impact culture, you will gain a broader perspective as to how you and your co-workers can work together to create a better work environment.


Workshop Presenter

 Dr. Michael W. Corrigan EdD is a well -published Associate Professor and former Director of Research at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. He is an experienced corporate consultant and has taught courses in Corporate and Intercultural  Communication, Psychology, Human Development, and Research Methods. He is the author of Handbook of Prosocial Education (Rowman and Littlefield) and Multi-Dimensional Education: A Common Sense Approach to Data-Driven Thinking (Corwin). Dr. Corrigan’s more recent large scale research projects include five U.S. Department of Education grants and a National Science Foundation grant.


For Whom

This seminar is highly relevant to government organizations,  stat boards and corporations seeking to build corporate cultures that improve staff productivity, morale and customer service.   The workshop will be benefit all department managers,  section leaders,  change agents,  project managers and top management executives.


Workshop Topics

Part I : Preparation & Project Management

Corporate and Organizational Culture Research

Getting Consensus & Identify Key Issues

Dealing with Paradoxes and Myths of Culture

Hurdles & Obstacles

Systemic Data-Driven Thinking

Develop a Measurable Culture Improvement Plan

Framework for Shared Leadership & Prescriptive Planning: Community, Climate & Character
Anticipate Problems & Roadblocks

Conceptual Model, Survey Structure & Scales

Data Collection Methods

Guiding Research Questions

Part II :    Data Collection & Effective Reports
The Survey :  Actual Hands-On Data Analysis

Data Interpretation & Identify Problems Areas
Reporting  : Strength & Weakness
Publicity & Presentation

Gearing Up for Systemic Success
Preparing Action Plan


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Contact Us :  or  Phone (65) 6546 5801



We arrive at truth, not by reason only, but also by the heart. ~ Blaise Pascal