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Culture Compass - traditional or modern?

Based on data from 27 company culture assessments, Northwestern Medical Center employees perceive its company culture as being modern, whereas the industry average tends slightly toward being modern. The overall company culture satisfaction rating from 70 reviews is 4.2 on a scale from 1 to 5.

Traditional Culture
Modern Culture
Northwestern Medical Center
Industry average: Hospitals & Healthcare

The four dimensions of company culture

Company culture can be categorized into 4 key dimensions; work-life balance, working together, leadership, strategic direction. Each of the dimensions has its own traditional to modern scale.

Work-Life Balance
WorkLife
Working Together
Task-orientedPeople-oriented
Leadership
DirectEmpower
Strategic Direction
StableProgressive
Northwestern Medical Center
Industry average: Hospitals & Healthcare

The most voted cultural factors

Here are the most voted cultural characteristics as voted anonymously by 27 users.

  • Work together

    Working TogetherModern

    67%

  • Work professionally

    Work-Life BalanceTraditional

    67%

  • Work for your team

    Working TogetherModern

    63%

  • Put customers' needs first

    Strategic DirectionModern

    59%

  • Help colleagues

    Working TogetherModern

    59%

Most recent culture comments from reviews

Did you know there are 6 culture-related questions when you add a review on kununu? Here is what people have been saying recently.

5.0
Company CultureEmployee

Great company. Very supportive of employees both directly in health and staff and admin support

4.0
Company CultureEmployee

Imy coworker's feel like family, teamwork is strong

4.0
Company CultureEmployee

Nothing specific

3.0
Company CultureFormer Employee

Not the best managed company

4.0
Internal CommunicationFormer Employee

The company is fairly open about successes and failures within the business

2.0
TeamworkFormer Employee

With such a small community this is good and bad. Although you share your thoughts change is not expected