214 — Organization Climate Survey

To use the Survey

  • Copy and paste the Survey into your word processing program. (In Word, use narrow margins.)
  • If needed, modify it to suit your organization.
  • Print a copy for each person. (You may choose to omit these instructions, or you may leave them.)
  • Have each team member privately complete the questionnaire. No names!
  • Confidentially tally the results by marking everyone’s Xs, Os, and Checkmarks on one blank. Destroy their originals.
  • Discuss only the combined results.

Organization Climate Survey

For each question mark an ” X ” where you personally experience the item. Mark with an ” O ” where you feel it should be (where you would like it to be.)


1.
 What is the direction of information flow?

Downward

Mostly
downward

Down and up

Down, up and sideways

2.
 How accurate are upward communications?

Often wrong

Censored for the boss

Limited
accuracy

Accurate

3. 
How well do you feel your manager knows the problems you face?

Not well

Some
knowledge

Quite well

Very well

4.
 How much trust and confidence do you feel is shown towards you?

None

Pretend to

Once in a while

Complete

5. 
How inspired are you by your manager?

Not at all

Sometimes

Usually

Always

6.
 In difficult situations, does your manager back you?

Rarely

Sometimes

Often

Always

7. 
How much are fear and threats used to motivate?

Entirely

Frequently

Little

Very little

8.
 How much are reward and involvement used to motivate?

Very little

Some

Frequently

Entirely
9. Do you feel involved in decisions that affect you and your work?
Not at all

Occasionally
consulted

Generally
consulted

Fully involved
10. Who clearly understands the goals of the company?
Only top
manager

Top and
middle

Fairly
widespread

Everyone
11. What are activity, production, and other measurement data used for?
Policing, and
punishment

Reward and
punishment

Reward, some self-guidance

Self-guidance, and problem-solving

12. Put a checkmark next to those items you feel are the most significant and are worth discussing in a group meeting.

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