Organisational survey examples
Aim: To discover employee opinions on organizational strengths and weaknesses, along with suggestions, in a range of organizational areas, including role clarity, teamwork, leadership, systems & processes, customer service and the organization as a place to work.
Aim: To quickly, and regularly, guage employee opinions on organizational strengths and weaknesses, along with suggestions for improvement in a range of key organizational areas.
Aim: To explore the reasons for employees leaving an organization and to obtain information that will assist the organization to improve its workplace and retain quality employees.
Aim: To seek team member views and opinions on how their team is performing in a range of areas and to identify team strengths along with opportunities for improvement.
Aim: To seek the views and opinions of Leadership Team members on how their leadership team is performing in a range of areas and to identify team strengths along with opportunities for team and organizational improvement.
Aim: To get feedback from members of a project team about the project leadership, how the project team is performing, the effectiveness of team communication and processes and to identify opportunities to improve the project.
Aim: To help individuals or employees get feedback from people they work or collaborate with. Mostly, the feedback process is anonymous and confidential. The feedback process provides insight into where they may need to develop new skills, become more effective or change the way they behave, act or communicate.
Aim: A SWOT Analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities & Threats) is typically performed as part of a strategic planning process. Strengths and Weaknesses are internal. Opportunities and Threats are external to the organization. The SWOT Analysis aids strategic decision making and provides a basis for identifying organisational priorities and action palns.
Aim: To gather individual board member feedback, views and opinions on how the board is performing in areas such as governance, risk management, financial management, senior management relations, skills and decision making, along with opportunities for improvement.