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What’s the point of asking if nothing ever changes?

Recently, after reviewing results from the most recent organization survey, a CEO said to me “I don’t think we need to run our survey every year, since the scores don’t change that much.” Hmm. There’s ...

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Campers, Tourists and Prisoners

A lot is made of the proportions of engaged and disengaged employees in the workforce. Consulting firms publish their own estimates on an annual or quarterly basis, and many of us in the engagement space ...

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The Pursuit of Happiness is a Waste of Time

I have recently seen a number of articles in the press that have referenced actions companies are taking to measure and improve employee “happiness”. A recent Wall Street Journal article describes surveys designed to regularly ...

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It's a Survey, Not Your Dissertation

At the heart of any organization’s survey is the opportunity to ask questions, discuss the results and implement changes. Sounds pretty simple, and it is. But sometimes it’s hard to leave well enough alone. Surveys ...

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Do more than just a survey:
Do more than just a survey: