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It’s what you ask your employees, not how often you ask it

There has been a lot written lately about how frequently organizations should ask employees for their input. A recent article in Harvard Business Review speaks to companies that “need daily or weekly data on employee ...

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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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How’s it going? How’s it going? How’s it going? How’s it going?

It’s easy to fall into the comfortable trap of continuing to do things the way they have always been done. For years we were encouraged to find definable, repeatable processes and look for ways to ...

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What exactly is “Survey Consulting” anyway??

Organization survey vendors tend to be roughly grouped into two categories: Those that are viewed as technology and survey administration players and those that are viewed as “full service”, meaning they provide not just technology ...

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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: