Online survey engagement is an oxymoron

My MRII colleague, Bill MacElroy, has put up a number of blog posts here over the last couple of months that explore recent thinking within MR about respondent engagement. It comes on the heels of the GRIT CPR REPORT (no, not that kind of CPR, although the metaphor may be apt) which is mostly a […]

Engagement Gamification: How to Play the Game

This is the sixth in a series of articles on the topic of Respondent Engagement and Respondent Survey Satisfaction. As we continue our exploration of respondent engagement, in this edition we’ll look at how games are introduced in the context of an online survey.  As we’ve mentioned in the past, the best game is one […]

Multi-Generational Leadership

According to Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2015 the U.S. workforce was balanced across three working generations who are nearly at parity.  This has created an interesting moment of parity as Millennials slowly rise to dominate the workplace. While our company is focused on studying youth, we do a fair amount of workplace consulting and […]