The Global Values Monitor is an instrument to survey and measure
the "Values Mix" present in either an organisation, a region or a country.
The method of collection is very simple and can be either through self
completion of a simple questionnaire or by collection of the survey data
by researchers where the respondents are not able to complete the form
adequately. In organisations the information can be collected electronically.
Data will be updated using an existing computer program specially developed
for this purpose.
The data is shown as a continuous line with peaks and valleys indicating
the "mix" of Values Systems in a particular organisation, country or region.
An example of the type of profile obtained is shown in the illustration
below. The information collected can be used as a management tool by politicians,
managers and individuals in order to better understand the "values system
dynamics" of a particular organisation or country. The Global Values
Monitor will be used in a similar way to the World Competitiveness
Report but will indicate the types of Value Systems present and the required
approach for positive economic, social, political and other related improvements
to be made within the surveyed area / region.
Value Systems Mosaic
Lester C. Thurow - Former Dean: MIT Sloan School
of Management expresses the view that, "We are entering an era of organisational
change as profound and as pervasive as that caused by the Industrial Revolution.
Just as in that time, the survivors will be the companies that invent
and embrace the entirely new possibilities brought on by technological,
social and economic change."
The Global Values Monitor will be fully available to Founding Partners
with varying levels of information available to other levels of participant
Location of main offices Dallas and Cape Town:
The main offices for the Global Values Network are situated in Cape
Town and Dallas. The GVN website is
administered and run from Cape Town with the Dallas office of the Institute
for Values & Culture providing additional administrative input and
The major regions are as follows:
North America, South America, EU & Eastern Europe, Russia & Central
Asia, East Asia, the Indian sub-continent & South East Asia, Middle
East, Oceania and Africa.
Within the major regions there are sub-regional / country splits based
on natural groupings. It will therefore be possible to provide regional
and country information for the Global Values Monitor. Regional Partners
are to be selected on the basis of their capacity to add value to the
GVM process at both the regional and global levels.
Special Surveys & Other Products
In addition to the Global Values Monitor special surveys will be conducted
on a regular basis such as the Peace & Conflict Monitor as well as
other Values products being available.
To view an example of the results of the latest open WorldSCAN Survey
on the Global Values Monitor website click
here. If you wish to complete the current WorldSCAN Survey on the
free GVN Website go to the GVN
Home Page and click on the WorldSCAN Survey button.
For more detailed information on the WorldSCAN Survey range of products
contact them directly on email@example.com
What it is
Codes and Principles
Global Values Today
Meme Data Today
Value Systems Summary