Bosses don’t have many ways to measure the health of their companies’ corporate culture.
Sure, they can take surveys or try to extrapolate from indirect measures—or they can suddenly call the entire staff together, offer everyone the chance to quit with two months pay, and see who leaves.
Patrick Quinlan, CEO of Convercent, tried the last approach this spring. It was the type of dramatic step Convercent’s software might help users avoid.
Convercent is a Denver-based company that’s developing software that companies can use to teach employees about corporate values and policies and get feedback about how well they are complying.
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