The organizational story assessment is in two parts:
· Story competence consistently displayed
· Story application deeply understood and applied throughout the business
It reveals the organisations’ strengths, weaknesses and opportunities - in the area of using story in order to advance corporate goals. And its use spawns a number of outcome-measures including level of competence (here we have developed a further set of story competencies with related behaviour indicators), brand reputation impact, value of sense-making responses, training effectiveness improvement, development of emotional and social intelligence skills, assertiveness………..
Finding assessments to help organizations with their story work are hard to find. But now Graham Williams over at Halo and Noose has come up with a simple one that I think is really good. It will help any organization understand where they stand in their story competence and application knowledge from an organizational level.
The accompanying article has really good insights on organizational story work, and then near the end is information on the assessment and how to receive it.
Don't delay -- go grab the assessment, take it, and see how you rate. As more people take the assessment, I hope Graham will share his results!
Then go find out how you rate with your personal storytelling skills, awareness, & business application knowledge on my StoryIQ free assessment page http://www.juststoryit.com/storyiq. The assessments combined will give you great insights!