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Competing Values Framework (CVF) is a powerful tool to understand how organization/corporate culture develops. It brings about the key factors that influence creation of a particular culture and their interplay. The framework also brings about the relevance of leadership styles a culture would encourage for effectiveness, the managerial competencies each culture will focus on, HR role and competencies to be developed and so on.

This presentation provides a good insight into CVF. It first explains what the thinking behind the framework is and then goes on to elaborate it. It then explores the different perspectives that the model brings about – value creation, core values & culture, the competing values that organizations face, its implications on various organizational aspects and so on. The broad coverage is as follows:

1. CVF – The Context
2. CVF – Explained
3. CVF – Core Values & Culture
4. CVF – Competing Values
5. CVF – Velocity & Magnitude of Value Creation
6. CVF – Few Implications
6a. Culture & Leadership
6b. Managerial Competencies
6c. Human Resources – Roles & Competencies
6d. Quality Strategies
7. CVF Quadrants – Positives & Negatives
8. CVF Quadrants – Implications of Negatives
9. CVF – Conclusions

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The preview images highlight the detailed exploration of the Competing Values Framework (CVF), emphasizing its practical application in real-world scenarios. The presentation delves into the dimensions of flexibility versus control and internal versus external focus, providing a nuanced understanding of how these axes influence organizational behavior and strategy. The slides illustrate the dynamic interplay between different cultural types—such as clan, adhocracy, market, and hierarchy—offering insights into their respective strengths and potential pitfalls. This comprehensive analysis equips executives with the knowledge to navigate and leverage competing values for enhanced organizational effectiveness and value creation.

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Source: Best Practices in Organizational Design PowerPoint Slides: Competing Values Framework (CVF) PowerPoint (PPTX) Presentation, Ganesh Rajagopalan


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Consulting experience in Strategic Planning, Business Planning, Business Modeling, Financial Planning, Tactical Planning, Industry Analysis, Investment Analysis, Credit Analysis, Financial Systems Planning, Team Building, Organizational Structuring. Also in academic content support and training in the the finance and banking domain.

Was formerly employed with Standard Chartered Bank, Oracle Finance and a niche investment banking firm.

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