Translating a company’s culture into behavioral attributes that can objectively be measured makes it possible for management to assess the current status of the company and to work immediately on any cultural fit adjustments that can improve performance through improved recruitment, better coaching, and effective communication.
The TBI—or Team Behavior Indicator—enables management to model the desirable output behavior expected of a team, business group, or company as a whole. Once that is defined, it is then possible to analyze how much adaptation on an individual or team level is required in order to fit the TBI.
Team members can themselves relate to the TBI to understand how they can best contribute to the overall team performance.
As the organization changes and grows, the profiles and analyses automatically follow, giving managers a current, accurate picture of teams, departments, and the entire company.