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DECLARED

AND
OPERATIVE
VALUES
DECLARED AND OPERATIVE
VALUES
• According to Anthony D’Souza,
values also have two critical parts:
INTENDED OR DECLARED VALUES
AND OPERATIVE OR LIVED VALUES.
• “People are our most valuable asset”
• “The customer is always right/king”
DECLARED AND OPERATIVE
VALUES

• Stated values are not consistent with


true values- the result is a lack of
confidence, lack of purpose and an
atmosphere of low morale and stress.
DECLARED AND OPERATIVE
VALUES

• Organizational effectiveness is
maximized when stated values are
consistent with the personal values
of the organization’s leaders and
members.
• The organization’s values thus form
the foundation of its culture
VALUES HELD
AND
PRACTICED
CONSISTENTL
Y
VALUES HELD AND PRACTICED
CONSISTENTLY
• Once values have been clarified,
they must be held and practiced
consistently.
• Values must be both understandable
and attainable.
• Values are the bedrock of exceptional
performance.
VALUES HELD AND PRACTICED
CONSISTENTLY
• P- Prosperity, L- Loyalty to God
Patience, and Country
Punctuality E- Empowerment
U- Unity A- Accountability
P- Pro-people, D- Dignity and
Pro- peace Dedication
I- Integrity and
Honesty
N- Nobility
G- Generosity
VALUES HELD AND PRACTICED
CONSISTENTLY
• E- Excellence • R- Responsibility
• E- Empathy
• D- Discipline
• L- Love
• G- Good • E- Environmental
Governance Concern
• E- Effectiveness • V- Valor
and efficiency • A- Academic
Freedom
• N- Nationalism
• T- Teamwork