Introducing Qlearsite Actions

Dec 15, 2022

Qlearsite is proud to announce the release of our new Actions feature.

Actions is a collaboration tool to share, prioritise and plan initiatives to deliver the change your organisation needs to make an impact.

Recording your own insights when analysing survey results is an important part of the data analysis process. It allows you to document your thought process and the reasoning behind your conclusions. This can be useful for sharing with others and for future reference. The Qlearsite Actions feature is a tool that can help with this by allowing you to capture a view of your survey data, along with the filter conditions that determine the view.

You can then add descriptive text to these annotations to provide context and explanations for your insights. This can help to make your analysis more organised and transparent, and can make it easier for others to understand and replicate your findings. Using the Qlearsite Actions feature will help you improve the quality and clarity of your analysis of survey data.

There are a variety of uses for Actions including, recording your insights, comparing data sets, sharing your findings, and action planning.

 

Recording your insights

Recording your own findings when analysing survey results can help you better understand the data and identify important trends and patterns. Using Qlearsite Actions, you can easily capture views of the data, and add descriptive text to your annotations. This can help provide context and explain the significance of your findings to others.

Taking notes can help you to identify patterns and trends in the feedback that you receive. For example, if several employees mention the same issue or concern, you can use your notes to highlight this and prioritise it.

Additionally, organising your insights using Qlearsite Actions can make it easier to refer back to your findings at a later date. Each Action is automatically date-stamped when created, so you know who created the action and when. Overall, using Qlearsite Actions to record your findings can help you get more value from your survey data.

Actions also saves the filter conditions that determine the view, so you are able to put the data in the correct context. This makes it easier to refer back to your insights at a later date.

 

Comparing data sets

One simple, but valuable workflow that is enabled with Actions is the ability to compare multiple data sets. You can easily compare multiple data sets to identify similarities and differences between them. This can help you gain a deeper understanding of the data and make more informed decisions. For example, you might use the Actions feature to compare survey responses from different groups of participants. This could be employees from different departments or customers from different regions. This can help you identify any trends or patterns that are specific to a particular group, and it can also help you uncover any commonalities that exist across the different groups. By comparing multiple data sets, you can gain valuable insights that can help improve your business.

For example, If you want to compare the Organisational Fitness matrix views between two departments, add a view of each to Actions. In the Actions screen, the two department scores are presented together. This makes it easier to compare.

Comparing data will help you gain more insights and pin-point what the root causes of issues are in your organisation.

 

Sharing your findings

In addition to providing context and explaining the significance of your findings, adding descriptive text to your annotations with Qlearsite Actions can also facilitate communication and collaboration with other users in your account.

When you record an action, it can be viewed by other users in your account. This means that your findings are shared with them. This allows for full back-and-forth communication on survey results, as other users can view and add Actions and comments. Using the Actions tool, you and your team can collaborate and discuss your findings in a structured and organised way, which can help you gain a deeper understanding of the data and make more informed decisions.

 

Action Planning

Taking notes as you analyse the results of your employee feedback will help you build a prioritised list of actions. These efforts support your line managers to focus on what’s important. Actions can help you to build a prioritised list of actions based on the feedback that you receive. This can be particularly helpful if you are working with a team of managers. It helps to ensure that everyone is focused on the most important issues. By having a clear list of actions and priorities, you can help your managers to focus on what’s most important. This ensure that you are taking the necessary steps to address the issues that are most important to your employees.

Overall, taking notes using Actions when analysing employee feedback can help you to better understand your employees’ needs and concerns, identify trends and patterns and share them, and build a prioritised list of actions to address their feedback. This can ultimately help you to improve your organisation and create a better work environment for your employees.

We know that you will find Actions to be a handy feature for survey analysis and data sharing. Stay tuned in the coming months as Qlearsite continues to develop this great feature!

 

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