Key Driver
Organisational strategy

A strong culture that reflects the organisational strategy and values is a crucial component of both operational and financial success and affects moral behaviour.

Boards and audit committees are being forced to consider and evaluate the idea of culture and determine whether it supports their strategy and mission. The culture should be changed in what ways, according to executive management teams.

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Many internal audit and human resources departments are being asked to assess or audit their organisational culture.

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Promoting diversity in the workplace provides real and immediate advantages.

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Many organisations are not sure where to start from for corporate culture audit.

Audit Features

PHG Finance could assist you with the following:

Decision Making

We can help you in you decision making process through various plans and strategies.

Leadership and Vision

We can help you with your business's leadership and vision in your industry.


We can help you with the growth and development of your business through training, goal settings, and feedback.


What three elements make up a cultural audit?

In essence, corporate culture contains the following components: leadership style, the company's vision and ideals, and staff values and behaviours. Corporate culture also encompasses all aspects of a company's working environment.

What impact can the board of directors have on the workplace culture?

Leading by example – demonstrating and conveying the values when in the business – and the choice and management of the CEO are two of the most significant ways that boards may have an impact on culture. What matters is how the organisation and its leaders actually behave.

What connection exists between corporate governance and culture?

Corporate governance is influenced by a company's culture. The culture of an organisation establishes its corporate governance and establishes the tone for its operations.