Quantify Launches Approach to Identify Feedback

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<p><strong>London &mdash; May 1 </strong><br />Quantify, an organizational research company, has launched an approach to identifying and analyzing 360-degree feedback.<br /><br />Unlike a generic 360-degree feedback system, Quantify&#39;s approach provides feedback relating a particular manager&#39;s behaviors directly to her/his employer&#39;s own competencies framework. </p><p>This provides guidance toward development activities, which will help participants to meet any of those competencies that lack.</p><p>Based on clients&#39; own competencies framework, Quantify&#39;s feedback questionnaire can be administered either online or as a paper questionnaire. </p><p>Initial indications, however, are that most people prefer to complete this questionnaire on the Web.<br /><br />The system allows participants&#39; manager, their peers, those reporting directly to them and clients to give anonymous feedback about the participants&#39; behavior.<br /><br />This generates easy-to-read graphical reports, which relate the participating managers&#39; self-assessment to the feedback from others. </p><p>It also presents the results according to the client&#39;s competencies definitions.<br /><br />&quot;Given the client&#39;s competencies framework, we can create a highly relevant questionnaire and deploy it on the Web in a matter of days, &quot; Quantify principal consultant David Lusty said. &quot;Then, all we need is a list of participating managers with their e-mail addresses. We e-mail them, inviting them to visit our Web site to name the people whose feedback they would like to secure, then we e-mail the people they name. Everyone gets a unique respondent key in a link in an e-mail. We send reminders to everyone, progress reports to the participants and, finally, a report, which is easy to read and simple to understand. </p>

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