A survey is a research method used for collecting data from a predefined set of respondents to gain insights on various areas of interest. Surveys are created with various objectives and can be conducted through a number of ways. …
Ever asked respondents to input numeric data and wanted to arrange groups of numbers into intervals? You can activate this option with our number binning tool.
Numerical Binning is a way to group a number of more or less continuous values into a smaller number of “bins”….
So you’ve sent out an NPS survey to 100 customers over the past month.
40 of them gave you a promoter score of 9’s and 10’s.
40 of them gave you a detractor score of 5 or below….
I make New Year’s resolutions with the best of intentions. I really do. I’m sure we all do. And then life happens. Sometimes they stick, often they don’t. But it’s the thought that counts…right?!? No, not really….
Can a survey start a revolution? According to the women working for Nike, the answer is yes. Angry with the heavy bro-culture, largely ignored harassment experiences, and limited opportunities in management and executive positions, the women of Nike banded together to create a survey and collect data on its toxic work environment….
When researching innovation in the manufacturing and energy sector, I found some curious results. I’d find out that “75% of private sector Research and Development in the US is performed by manufacturers.” But then in another article,…