Do you use emotive language in your Survey questions? If so, you are unfairly influencing answers to match your viewpoint and adding bias to the results.
Did you forget to define the units in your number questions? If so, then you can forget about getting accurate and meaningful Survey data.
Do you ask leading questions in your surveys? If so, you're committing one of the biggest survey mistakes. Learn why you should never ask leading questions.
Established companies are uniquely positioned to champion innovation, but many of them seem to be stumbling over themselves trying to get to the next big thing. With all the talent and resources available to them, it can be hard to believe that these companies are falling short when it comes to fresh ideas.
One of the toughest things about my job at Maven is watching very qualified people miss out on big opportunities because they didn't respond quickly enough to an invitation to consult. It happens almost every day. You see, our customers typically want to speak with someone (or read Survey responses) RIGHT NOW, and the fastest people to respond to new [...]
What is the most interesting interview you have read or heard recently? What aspect of the interview made it so interesting - was it the subject matter, the interviewee, or perhaps it was due to the questions asked by the interviewer?
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The Wisdom of the (Targeted) Crowd - When to Engage a Knowledge Network as Part of Your Industry Survey
In April we submitted five questions to Quora. The results were shocking.
Maven Surveys enable customers to gather information quickly and anonymously in a simple, streamlined format.