See the attached file.
Taking with a consulting company to check if the concept of using staff meetings might be a good way to involve the organization in creating the questionnaire.
Brainstorm any issues about the facilitation of these meetings. If all agree that this method is the approach to use, who should facilitate the meetings? Should the managers facilitate the meeting? Should you personally facilitate it? Should it be the members of the internal OD staff?
The following will be needed to be put on the agenda for the next review meeting:
* Is statement A below a good way to generate the types of information that could create the behavioral endpoints for a questionnaire?
* Would there be significant advantages to creating meaningful and lasting change if we used managers or internal OD staff to facilitate the meetings?
* What organizational factors would make this a "bad" approach or one to avoid?
Utilize the following(s): STATEMENT A:
One idea for generating definitions to the key values was to use staff meetings - the intent being to use some mechanism such as force field analysis to generate each area's information and consolidate it across all areas as a starting point. Our firm or the top management team (facilitated by us) would use the consolidated information to create the overall questionnaire for later use.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 4, 2020, 12:55 am ad1c9bdddf
Staff meetings as a good way to create questionnaire
The concept of using staff meetings to involve the organization in creating a questionnaire for organizational development is the right approach to follow. A well run staff meeting can be a powerful way to improve morale, motivation, and organizational efficiencies. Staff meetings are a great way to build teams and motivate staff. These meetings should be facilitated personally by myself and held on a daily basis until all the information required for creating the questionnaire is obtained. After that the frequency can be taken down to once a week. If these meetings are properly organized, issues would be discussed, decisions would be made, and teambuilding opportunities would be ...
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