Home - IDI LLC, owned and operated by Mitchell R. Hammer, Ph.D. specializes in the assessment and development of intercultural competence based on the Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®).
Our Company - IDI, LLC manages the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI). Our company is a division of Hammer Holdings, Inc, a woman-owned company that also includes ICS Inventory, LLC —offering the Intercultural Conflict Style (ICS) Inventory.
IDI General Information - The Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®) is the premier cross-cultural assessment of intercultural competence that is used by thousands of individuals and organizations to build intercultural competence to achieve international and domestic diversity and inclusion goals and outcomes.
IDI Products & Pricing - The Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) assesses intercultural competence—the capability to shift cultural perspective and appropriately adapt behavior to cultural differences and commonalities. Intercultural competence has been identified as a critical capability in a number of studies focusing on overseas effectiveness of international sojourners, international business adaptation and job performance, international student adjustment, international transfer of technology and information, international study abroad and inter-ethnic relations within nations. The Intercultural Development Inventory is a 50-item questionnaire, available online that can be completed in 15–20 minutes.
IDI Qualifying Seminar - Attendance at an IDI® Qualifying Seminar and consent to a licensing agreement is required to use the IDI Assessment. Participants will receive IDI handouts and materials that include detailed interpretive guidelines and written descriptions of procedures. During the seminar…
IDI Validation Research - The Intercultural Development Inventory®, or IDI®, is a widely-used assessment of intercultural competence, with over 60 published articles and chapters and over 66 Ph.D. dissertations. The IDI has been rigorously tested and found to possess high cross-cultural validity and reliability. As a result, validity of the IDI is established not through “face” validity, but, rather, far more rigorous psychometric criteria.