How to design survey questions that reveal how people really work

October 9, 2019 by Meghan McDonald

How do people really work? When you’re designing an office environment, understanding this can seem like a holy grail of insights—powerful and elusive. (Learn five reasons so many workplace design surveys don’t help you reach that understanding.)

At Survature, we’ve researched this question of how people work, and we’ve come to think of it not as a holy grail, but as a structured project.

By designing the right workplace survey questions, you can build an understanding, layer by layer, of how your client’s employees work.

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Want to know what World Cup fans really think? Use these 3 lessons we’ve learned from running 50,000+ person surveys.

July 16, 2018 by Dr. Jian Huang

The World Cup has come and gone. There’s no doubt that throughout the last several weeks   companies all over the world have been capturing as much data as they can to better understand soccer fans. Knowing the real reasons behind people’s decisions can serve many business needs. Solid data about what fans truly think is a starting point that fundamentally affects the clarity, precision, and confidence of your strategic initiatives. We’ve helped many organizations get solid data from tens of thousands of people. We’ve learned a few things we want to share from this experience.

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4 things that can make or break your data analytics presentation

January 15, 2018 by Dr. Jian Huang

How to present data analytics effectively has been a popular topic during Survature user workshops. Typically the question goes something like, “We’ve got so many findings here, any suggestion on how to present them?” While users and their specific cases for presenting results may vary, there are some things everyone should watch out for and consider when presenting your survey findings. Here are four things we have found that can make or break your presentation.

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