Surveys, Action Planning, & More - Staying Agile in Your Engagement Practices
There’s no doubt that human capital is the heartbeat of an organization. No amount of technological advances or financial acumen can offset an unfulfilled and disengaged workforce. In the absence of a “data ticker”, how do you accurately gauge your engagement levels? Whether you choose to approach this problem qualitatively and quantitatively, you can benefit from applying Agile principles and practices to your efforts. This workshop serves as both a theoretical and a practical overview of the application of Agile principles to your employee engagement efforts, with a non-exclusive focus on the employee engagement survey. Sam Young, Global Employee Engagement Lead, Avanade; and Victoria Blanshteyn, Employee Sentiments and Insights Program Manager, Chevron, share:
- How to use Agile principles to design meaningful and dynamic surveys that work within systems constraints
- Surveys: What, how, and when? Approach metrics with a hypothesis-based outlook
- Results and scorecard reporting that go beyond descriptive outcomes
- Linking results to actions: establish mechanisms to enact and track the implementation of those meaningful action
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