Workplace Culture Assessment

for  Fundi Bots
Kampala, Uganda
Posted by
Stacy A.


Posted Date
Mar 14, 2019
Virtual volunteer opportunity
Workplace Culture Assessment
Impact statement
This project will save us $10,298 , allowing us to work more efficiently as a team and reach out to more children across Africa.

Project Details

What We Need
  • A detailed, unbiased audit of the Organization's culture including current strengths and areas of improvement
  • Actionable steps to promote team happiness and productivity
What We Have In Place
  • we currently have the organisational vision, mission and values defined, the documentation of our culutre is still in draft and a living document. I believe these will be helpful.
How This Will Help

Having positive work culture creates a harmonised environment which in turn enables teams to focus on what is important.

Project Plan

Prep: Information Gathering
  • Volunteer Manager provides the Professional with an overview of the Organization's current workplace culture, perceived strengths and areas for improvement
  • Volunteer Manager shares with Professional any Organizational policies, programs, and/or procedures that influence workplace culture
  • Volunteer Manager provides Professional with past reviews or feedback that the Organization has gathered from employees (if any)
Milestone 1: Research and Evaluations
  • Professional connects with Volunteer Manager for a brainstorming/overview session and agree on best method to conduct assessment
  • Professional conducts assessment
  • Professional garners feedback from other team members (if necessary)
Milestone 2: Recommendations
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager connect to discuss findings
  • Professional provides final thoughts on the Organization's culture, as well as areas and actionable items to continue to focus on
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About The Org

Our Mission

Fundi Bots is a non-profit education initiative promoting better and practical science Education by providing robotics training in African schools.

Our vision is to see improved - and equal - access to quality science education, better technology innovation and overall economic growth across Africa as a direct result of exposing students from an early to better science education training and tools

What We Do

We teach students and non-enrolled youth practical skills and provide resources from day one.

They follow an education and career path that teaches them to be excellent students in the classroom, innovative problem-solvers in the real-world, experienced and knowledgeable employees, and exceptional technology entrepreneurs.

Our School-Based program provides access to training and resources at the
school level and includes:

a) Speaker Presentations, video presentations and study of real-world problems solved through robotics;

b) Hands-on Robotics training, which introduces students to the basics of

c) Robotics Clubs, which meet weekly and have mentors coming in once or
twice a month.

Our Public Access Programs ( Fundi Spaces) allow us to reach students and non-students outside of the school environment allowing us to target vulnerable and un-enrolled youth.

These "Fundi Spaces" are also designed as maker-spaces where trainings, collaborations and product development sessions can take place.

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