Must we measure ROI?

Here’s a question for you: What determines organizational success? Is it the stock market, profit margin, liquidity, a combination of 101 factors or pure luck? The irony is - no matter which way you look at it, you will probably land at 1010 factors, half of which you can’t define. So may I ask why … Continue reading Must we measure ROI?

Data with a heart

I love data democracy, the power of being able to analyze data independently without being dependent on another individual. Products like these empower every individual in the organization to derive meaningful insights at team, business and organizational level. It doesn’t overwhelm nor fall short. Heartcount gracefully does all the hard work and allows you to jump straight to the meaningful insights.

The golden trick to boost survey responses

I’ve spend multiple nights lying awake plagued with nightmares of low survey response rates. If you are someone who rolls out surveys on a regular basis, you may be able to sympathize with me. I spent the past year trying every trick in the trade to boost participation - especially for ONA (Organizational Network Analysis), … Continue reading The golden trick to boost survey responses

Building a great Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) survey

As most surveys go, there are four basic steps to build a strong survey: Identify target population: This is the most important part of the survey as it pushes you to better define the purpose for carrying out ONA in your organization. It is essential to define boundary conditions for the survey at this stage and identify … Continue reading Building a great Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) survey