Stop the 'Yearly Surveys' if you want to impact your IT Experience

Yearly Surveys are useless

Just like 2020, Yearly Surveys are a thing of the past and something to be forgotten. Yearly Surveys do not give you that valuable, qualitative data, that you can use at every step of your IT Service Experience. Let's throw you this statement; You wouldn't measure your customer experience once a year, so why do it with your employees?
In this episode of Happy in 15, Sami and Pasi divulge why Yearly Surveys are a thing of the past and the problems/challenges encountered by them, such as:

-Too slow
-Too much effort
-Out of date data (for a year)
-Low response rates

The rollercoaster year of 2020 proved a point that anything can happen, even overnight, which forces a change and adaption from companies and delivers new, diverse and unique experiences to your IT end-users. In this instance, yearly surveys are deadwood in the water and would never give you the real-time data to improve and react to your end-users experiences.

This use of "real-time" data is one cog in part of a big, well-oiled machine - Experience Management.

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Find out more about Experience Management and Experience Level Agreements in our Practical Guide to XLAs.