Cvent Web Surveys is now Inquisium

Tuesday, June 2 was a big day Cvent Web Surveys and we announced that we rebranded as Inquisium. Derived from the word "inquisitive," we help organizations of all sizes build feedback programs that provide reliable, first-hand insights for smart decision making. This rebranding will help us more

Q & A from The Voice of the Customer: From Feedback to Action Webinar

Last week, we hosted a webinar with Senior Research Analyst from Aberdeen Group, Aly Pinder, and Global Client Experience Senior Program Manager from Cornerstone OnDemand, Jen Maldonado. We had TONS of great questions. We've gone through the all questions and answered them here. If you missed more

Forrester Customer Experience Forum, Day 2 Takeaways

Harley Manning kicked off the last day of the Forrester Customer Experience Forum by reviewing some of the key takeaways from the day before, and this AWESOME song recorded by Ed Hadley and his team at Neolane: The presentations yesterday spent a lot of time on design, governance and culture. more

Forrester Customer Experience Forum, Day 1 Takeaways

Customer experience is a new(er) practice within the enterprise. There's no degree. There's no How-To manual. But there are events like the Forrester Customer Experience Forum in New York this week designed around sharing new ideas and practices for effective customer experience management. So far, more

The Problem With 360 Reviews

Performance reviews are a necessary evil in the workplace. The good news is that the one-way, annual performance evaluation where an employee gets to hear about the all things she did wrong over the past year, and maybe a few that she did right, isn't the be all and end all of the review more

Data Types: Survey 101

On a fundamental level, the surveys we author for our clients are nothing more than data collection platforms. It is the astute researcher that realizes there are many ways to capture data through the questions asked. The question we must ask ourselves is who is our audience?Knowing your more

From Data to Decisions: Identify Insights Faster through Text Analysis

Almost three years ago, I wrote an article on how to analyze open-ended questions faster with a quick excel trick. It is still a very popular post, and I answer a lot of questions every month (particularly on Step 2!) about how to do it affectively. The main reason it's so popular is more

3 Step Workout Plan for Business Agility: Step 2

Yesterday, I shared Step 1 of our three step workout plan for achieving business agility and crushing your compition in 2012. After internalizing and formulating a plan to start a feedback regime, it's time to talk about what you do with the data after you collect it and how you start more

How to Prevent the Grinch from Stealing Customers

If the lines from the Christmas classic, You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch, describes any of your employees, you may be in danger of losing customers. Unfortunately, unlike the Grinch who has a change of heart at the end and is also overcome with spirit of Christmas, your employee can continue more

Using Surveys for Requirements Elicitation

On occasion I get out of the cage and get involved with some good old-fashioned training. In this case, the class was an essentials course for business analysis. BA work is less about crunching numbers and more about supporting the success of enterprise-level projects. Not all business analysis more
Crimes in Design Webinar
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