Lisa works in Human Resources at Widgets, Inc. Lately, she’s heard rumblings that employees are unhappy with their supervisors, but she’s not sure why. Determined to find out what’s going wrong, she sets up...Read More →
One of our favorite bloggers, Dr. Erin Albert, wears many hats. She's an accomplished author, educator, and entrepreneur who uses research gathered from surveying regularly and, luckily for us, loves to write and share...Read More →
Have a thesaurus handy? No worries, we’ve got you covered. When we look up entrepreneurial, a shortlist of pretty inspiring words pop up—ambitious, enterprising, pioneering, go-getting, (and our personal fave) gumptious. Any of these...Read More →
"Strategy 101 is about choices. You can't be all things to all people." --Michael Porter, The Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness at the Harvard Business School
Hear, hear. You can't be all things to all...Read More →
Swoosh. Ping. Chirp.
You know those sounds. No, you haven't fallen down a ringtone rabbit hole. Those are the sounds an inbox makes every time a new email makes its way in.
When you're a bustling...Read More →
In this episode of Survey Makeover, Sarah Cho (our very own Survey Pro) tackles two very popular and very tricky question types: the [sm_helpcenter url="http://help.surveymonkey.com/articles/en_US/kb/Can-I-change-the-comment-box-size-for-open-ended-questions"]open-ended[/sm_helpcenter] and the [sm_helpcenter url="http://help.surveymonkey.com/articles/en_US/kb/Matrix-Question"]matrix[/sm_helpcenter]. Find out when they're appropriate...Read More →
Opinion matters. Knowing more about who, where and what your customers are speaking out about gives you a wealth of information and data to strengthen and grow your business.
That power of opinion is truly...Read More →