OrgDNA: The key to unlocking your company's potential

This graphic offers a brief overview of OrgDNA® – the combination of formal and informal traits that shape a company’s “personality” – as well as the seven organizational profile types, as distilled by PwC’s Strategy& over more than a decade of research. What’s your company’s type? Visit and take our quick OrgDNA Profiler Survey to learn more.

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OrgDNA — the key to unlocking your company’s potential
Your strategy is only as good as your company’s ability to execute it.
Understanding your organization’s DNA — its personality — and the levers, or traits, that shape it, is critical to driving optimal performance. Take our OrgDNA Profiler® Survey to better understand how e ective your organization is.
Insights leveraged from 234,000 respondents across hundreds of companies can be put to work for your organization
Decision Rights

How decisions are made

How people instinctively act or take action


How data and knowledge are processed

How people make sense of their work and environment


How people are encouraged to perform


How people are inspired to contribute


How work and responsibilities are allocated


How connections are made beyond the org chart


There are seven organizational pro les, Orange pro les are strong; gray are weak

resilient (26%) “As good as it gets”
military precision (10%)
“Flying in formation”

just-in-time (15%)
“Succeeding by the skin of our teeth”

fits-andstarts (9%)
“Let a thousand owers bloom”

outgrown (15%)
“The good old days meet a brave new world”

overmanaged (14%)
“We’re from corporate, and we’re here to help”

passiveaggressive (11%)
“Everyone agrees,  but nothing changes”

Take Strategy&’s quick OrgDNA Profiler Survey to get to know your company’s type, identify strengths, and repair roadblocks that can hinder results:
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