We@Salmar: Work Environment and Organizational Culture

SalMar is one of Norway’s largest producers of farmed salmon, and operates in a highly competitive environment. The management team identified the need to strengthen the interaction between the various parts of the organisation, with the aim of building a stronger organisational culture and improving the overall working environment.

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Organzational change


Organizational Culture, Work Environment


100+ participants

Main Objective

SalMar’s workforce consists of highly specialised individuals who are completely dependent on the other links in the production line to deliver high quality in a timely manner. An important objective for project was therefore to identify potential bottlenecks in the production process. Simultaneously, each individual employee needed to gain a better understanding of the big picture and how their work contributed to SalMar’s success. 

Used Features From Diggle

It was important to identify what aspects should be optimised in order to ensure the accountability of each individual employee to contribute to organisational change and improvement. Increased focus on commitment and affiliation to SalMar was essential.

  • Providing data capture and flexibility in training
  • Focus on engaging and involving employees
  • Provided sufficient insights for further development

Advanced QT

Our Advanced question types are designed for more interactive and collaborative training sessions.

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Live Training

Cultivate a dynamic and interactive atmosphere that keeps participants engaged and invested.

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Analyzed Results

Comprehensive data capture and identification of important focus areas.

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Final Result

SalMar’s management team was left with sufficient data on both what currently fits their standard and what should be improved in the production process and overall working environment, as well as concrete propositions that can further remedy problems and strengthen culture. Additionally, it was clearly identified what areas the management team – at various levels – must focus on and further develop.