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Put the Action Back in Planning

Are You Effectively Taking Action On Your Employee Survey Results?

Employee survey feedback and action planning are two of the most important components of an organization's survey process, but they are also the most difficult to do well. Learn more. To successfully drive change from employee survey results, organizations need a well-defined survey feedback and action planning process that suits the organization's needs and management team's capabilities. Five common approaches to survey feedback and action planning historically used by organizations include:

  • Bottom-Up
  • Top-Down
  • Sifted Waterfall (or Cascade)
  • Process Owner
  • Survey Action Team

Combinations of two or more approaches are also common in large corporations with business units in various stages of organizational development. Download our complimentary whitepaper to get a deep dive into the five common action planning approaches.

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