Explore your organization's culture, mission, and vision through its values!


The Values Arrangement List for Organizations at a Glance

  • Measures 21 mission and 21 operational values
  • Easy exercise consisting of ranking 42 sets of 5 values
  • Raking consistency and rank scores to assess and analyze the resulting lists of values
  • Unlimited group composite reporting
  • Free support materials, guides and technical manuals
  • 30 minutes to complete
  • Certification Level: A

The Values Arrangement for Organizations List Measures

  • Mission Values:
    Achievement, Community, Control, Customer, Efficiency, Empowerment, Equality, Excellence, Family, Fun, Harmony, Growth, Innovation, Integrity, Leadership, Learning, Profitability, Quality, Safety, Teamwork, Tradition
  • Operational Values:
    Accountability, Creativity, Credibility, Compassion,Competition, Communication, Cooperation, Dependability, Discipline, Diversity Drive, Fairness, Independence, Knowledge, Obedience, Power, Recognition, Risk-Taking, Structure, Versatility

The Values Arrangement List for Organizations Application Settings

  • Strategic planning
  • Mission and vision statement revision and creation
  • Culture mapping and management
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Restructuring, reengineering, downsizing and rightsizing
  • Intra company, group, team, individual conflict resolution
  • Teambuilding
  • Marketing and sales development
  • Brand Creation and Management
  • Business plan writing
  • Management/leadership development


The Values Arrangement List for Organizations (VALOR) is a one of kind assessment designed to measure and define the values that are embedded in the espoused and hidden culture of any organization. The VALOR is a powerful consulting and training tool that provides a means to measure and define the values foster deep understanding and management of an organizations culture and strategy.

Who should take the Values Arrangement List for Organizations?

Board members, leaders, managers, employees, customers, stakeholder groups.

Who administers the Values Arrangement List for Organizations?

Organizational development consultants, human resources professionals, trainers, business and executive coaches, managers, leaders.

How much does the Values Arrangement List for Organizations cost?

Prices charged depend on how and by whom it is purchased. Purchased individually, the survey, report and guidebook are $29.95. When purchased by administrators for use with their clients the cost is determined by the number of administration credits purchased. The more ordered, the lower the cost. Learn more >>


The Values Arrangement List for Organizations Report Includes

  • 9 page easy to interpret report
  • Easy to interpret bar graphs, language and scoring
  • Summary page
  • Sample Report >>

Development of the Values Arrangement List for Organizations

The VALOR has a long and rich history spanning five decades of research and practice in or-ganizational development settings. 1960s the Rev. Dr. Edward S. Golden played an integral role pioneering and popularizing the use and research/development of other global recognized values assessments. Donald Johnson, Ph.D. was tasked with modifying the advanced scoring process needed to make the theories of organizational values and culture formulated by researchers and theorists such as Edgar Schein and Edgar T Hall. Building upon that base, John Patrick Golden, EdD. carried the vision forward.