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Deep DialogSM Audit Demo - Evaluate a Key Relationship


  • Are you building a culture which supports high quality relationships worldwide?
  • Do you have the willingness and ability to work together and share knowledge in geographically dispersed groups, often on complex tasks, inside and outside the enterprise?
  • Is there an atmosphere of mutual confidence and trust despite cultural differences?
Deep Dialog enables you to determine if your organization or group is ready for success, or possibly headed for failure – or why a project has succeeded or failed.
See How Your Group or Organization Compares With Over 35,000 Deep Dialog Participants from 150 Companies Worldwide

Below is a short demonstration of an abbreviated Deep Dialog Audit. After submitting your ratings, you will be shown a comparison of how the quality of your collaborative communications relationship cases compare with those in our normative database.

To begin, select from your organization's experience

      1) A relatively successful case

      2) A relatively unsuccessful case


A case can be any important process, project or current challenge that your team, group or entire organization is working on, or has addressed in the past.

For example:
  • Customer relationships
  • Employee relationships between functional groups
  • A project team relationship (internal to the team or with another group)
  • Relationship between levels in the organization
  • HQ and Affiliates relationship
  • Alliance partner relationship
  • Channell/Distribution Partner networks
  • Pre-merger readiness or Post-merger integration of groups
  • Cross-cultural relationship and negotiations

Rank the Degree to which each Constructive Dialog Driver Fits in your Successful case
Give a score in the 1-10 range:
10 for a high degree, fits well
5 for partly fits
1 very low, does not fit

       
Bridging: We are able to overcome our differences
Bonding: We have close personal relationships based on mutual trust and respect
Banding: We are unified in pursuit of a common goal
Blending: We brainstorm together and build on each other’s ideas
Rank the Constructive Dialog Deficits in Your Successful Case
Give a score in the 1-10 range:
10 for a high degree, fits well
5 for partly fits
1 very low, does not fit

     
Failing: Current communications are getting worse
Frozen: Major arguments are taking place with polarized positions
Feeble: Minimal communication
Rank the Constructive Dialog Drivers in Your Unsuccessful Case
Give a score in the 1-10 range:
10 for a high degree, fits well
5 for partly fits
1 very low, does not fit

       
Bridging: We are able to overcome our differences
Bonding: We have close personal relationships based on mutual trust and respect
Banding: We are unified in pursuit of a common goal
Blending: We brainstorm together and build on each other’s ideas
Rank the Constructive Dialog Deficits in Your Unsuccessful Case
Give a score in the 1-10 range:
10 for a high degree, fits well
5 for partly fits
1 very low, does not fit

     
Failing: Current communications are getting worse
Frozen: Major arguments are taking place with polarized positions
Feeble: Minimal communication


To learn how Deep Dialog Audits can assist your organization to prevent failures and imrpve its success rate through high quality relationships at the organizational level, group and account team level, or project level, contact:

Ira Kerns
Managing Director
GuideStar Research
212-426-2333 (direct)
info@guidestarco.com


Deep Dialog™ was developed by Emeritus Professor Howard V. Perlmutter of The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Reproduction of this page or any part thereof is illegal without the express written permission of Prof. Perlmutter.





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