Anthropolicy utilizes international human rights standards to set the cultural conditions necessary to shift individual and organizational behaviors and expressions towards human rights. Anthropolicy’s culture audit unearths values, interests, and behaviors necessary to move forward with collaborative partnerships.
- Responsiveness — The ability to change and adapt quickly to rapidly changing market conditions and requirements – reprioritizing initiatives and budgets and aligning the business quickly on new strategies using real-time data.
- Autonomy — The ability for employees to have the empowerment and the skills to self-organize – to work remotely if needed, to design their own roles and objectives, to be empowered to make decisions without excessive red tape.
- Inclusion — Fostering a systems perspective by including diverse perspectives and viewpoints. Dissolving siloes and strict hierarchies, allowing for true cross-functional and cross-level collaboration and feedback systems.