Wevalgo's online questionnaires are designed to assess and measure organizational practices.
They have unique features and are very different from the countless existing online survey questionnaires.
This concerns the ready-to-use Wevalgo questionnaires and the ones you can build
Unique features for true practice evaluation
Online survey questionnaires do not offer this set of possibilities.
Pyramidal structure and consolidated scores
- Quantified consolidated results according to a pyramid structure questions> sub-categories> categories> total
- Each score can be weighted by question, sub-category or category.
This makes it a characterization questionnaire.Know more
- Comparative visualization of evaluations carried out at several points in time
- Enables you to see the progress made in the implementation of good practices
- You can compare the assessments you have conducted with each organisation (or sub-party), regardless of when they were conducted. This is your private benchmark.
- With a questionnaire from the Wevalgo ready-to-use catalog, you also have a 'public' benchmark with all the organisations that have used this questionnaire
Total interactivity with the participant
- The participant can answer in several times at different times.
- You can 'invalidate' a participant's questionnaire so that they can modify their answers.
- You can modify a participant's answers or leave comments in their questionnaire.
Controlled, secure, flexible
- Closed or open Invitation of participants
- Control of participants by their email in closed invitation
- They can respond in multiple sessions and keep their results
- An expert consultant makes the diagnosis of your organization and informs the same questionnaire (option)
- You can compare all your results to his own and identify the gaps
- The expert can interact with the participants, put comments and allow the modification of their answers
Action progress drivers
- A 'weACT' analysis axis is integrated into most of our models
- It makes it possible to classify the identified areas of progress by actionable driver and simplify the definition of the improvement plan
- Some models integrate specific analysis axes allowing to classify the identified areas of progress by relevant driver in the context of the diagnosis.
- Examples: Lean manufacturing, Six sigma, Preventive maintenance / repair ...
Customisable level scale
- A color code allows to visually identify the level of excellence/maturity of the practices
- These levels are configurable to adapt to the questionnaire and the context of the organisation
Questionnaire formats tailored to specific evaluations
- Standard questionnaires are completed once per participant, for all participants, on a single 'subject'
- With the 'multiple' questionnaire, each participant answers several times, each time on a different 'subject'
- He/She answers on as many subjects as he identifies, according to the instructions given by the creator of the questionnaire.
- For example, the financial controller of each entity of an organisation may be asked to list the investment projects of his or her entity, and to assess the project management practices of each of them
- This collects two valuable pieces of information: the list of investments throughout the organisation, and the project management assessment
- Each practice or group of practices is described in a different way depending on its level of maturity in answering the questions
- The number and name of the levels is customisable
- The results are presented in a highly visual matrix, combining the description of practices by level and the rating.
- In this case, it is not practices that are evaluated but individuals within the organisation.
- For example, some skills such as: Leadership, team management, communication...
- Each participant evaluates himself/herself and is evaluated by others of his/her choice (manager, peers, collaborators)
- There is a double result report: each participant has his or her own evaluations, and the questionnaire organiser has those of all participants
Multidimensional or distribution assessments
- For some practices, there is no better way to do it; we then want to identify the distribution between the different ways
- In this case, for each question, a fixed number of points is distributed over the answer choices, each belonging to a pre-defined way or 'dimension'
- For example, several leadership styles (Collaborative, Consensual, Direct...) or types of corporate communication (formal, informal, top down...) can be assessed
- Each questionnaire can be composed of one or more different modules; a module being in itself a questionnaire
- This makes it possible to reuse groups of standard or frequently asked questions in several questionnaires.
- This also makes it possible to combine in a single questionnaire parts of different types: Maturity, Multidimensional, Standard
And other more common functions
- Analysis by dimension of organisation (function, role, hierarchical level, geographical location...)
- Conditional questions
- Multilingual templates allowing each participant to choose his or her version
- Weighting of scores by question, sub-category or category
- Choice of several levels of anonymity
- Visible real-time progress of the status of responses
- Collaboration: manage your questionnaires or your analysis results with your teams with user rights