The ID-Values (Tvo), previously Organizational Values Test – Pyramid Format (OVT-PYR), is a tool used to assess the organizational and work values of an individual, a working group, or a company. This tool looks at the fit between an organization’s values and those of candidates or employees for selection or development purposes. This version assesses 34 organizational and work values.


Available languages

French | English | Spanish

Required time

Tvo: 45 minutes
Tvo-B: 55 minutes


40 Questions | Multiple Choice
4 Questions | Ranking of values

Target audience

Any organization that wishes to favour a strategic orientation centred on the organizational values.

Assessed Skills

Standard Report

Identifies two types of values: “core values” and those that are more closely related to “work values”. Identifies which values the individual has chosen as the ones that the organization should prefer. Presents the results based on the following:

- Importance of the values.
- Distribution of the values (by category).
- Definition of the values.

Comparison Report

Compares two sets of values associated with individuals or groups. The results are presented in four different sections:

- The order of importance of the values.
- Identification of common or unique values.
- The concordance of the two sets of values.
- A visual comparison of the importance given to each of the values.

Key points

    • Identify organizational values through a consultation process
    • Ensure a stronger fit between a person and the organization (P-O fit)
    • Improve employee engagement and retention

Take even more advantage of

Combine the ID-Values with the ID-Personality or ID-Cognitive
to create a complete evaluation solution.

Combine the ID-Values with the training plans
to ensure a professional development process.