Tag : surveys
Like most organizational initiatives, employee surveys only appear to be simple. But in fact, developing, deploying, analyzing and responding to employee surveys require managers to think like psychologists, analyze like statisticians, and respond like sociologists.
However, as in many things, a good process that supports sound strategy is always the answer. There needs to be a fundamental shift in strategy in order to take full advantage of the ten critical success factors listed below.
The correct methodology provides the ability for any organization to get higher value than ever before. In order to do more than just a survey ...
If you’ve ever administered an employee survey, then you’ve no doubt spent the ridiculous amount of time and effort it takes to administer and create all of the reports. And spent many a night lying awake, hoping for a resolution to come swiftly before the morning, but it never does. If you don’t do employee surveys or don’t need to listen to the employees in your organization, you probably have no idea what I’m talking about, so move along. There’s nothing to see here.
Alright, now that they’re gone, I’m going to ...