The “7Ps” model demonstrates a structure of work practices and work outcomes (Langford, 2009). The model, developed using data collected predominantly from Australia, compresses a wide array of work practices and outcomes allowing the study of a more manageable and smaller set of organizational factors. In this study, the generalizability of the “7 Ps” model of work practices (Purpose, Property, Participation, People, and Peace) and outcomes (Progress and Passion)was tested in the different cultural context of the Philippines. A total of 757 responses were utilized in this study. Responses were randomly allocated to two groups (Group 1 n = 378; Group 2 n = 379) to enable possible modifications and cross-validation of the model. Confirmatory factor analyses were conducted and results demonstrated support forthe generalizability of the model in the cultural context of the Philippines. These results support the applicability of the “7Ps” model of work practices and outcomes in another cultural context and can lead to the advancement towards a universal structure of work practices and outcomes similar to how the big five of personality and the structure of human values achieved generalizabilities in many cultural contexts.