Please answer each of the 10 questions below, giving a score between 1 & 10.

Each question has an example of what a score of 1 or 10 may look like, but your own context is guaranteed to be different.

Once submitted, you will receive an email with a summary of your responses along with helpful tips & insights specific to your answers.

By providing a phone number at the bottom of the survey, we will arrange a call with a consultant to discuss your answers further.

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* 1. How do you know you've delivered the right thing?

Range Guide

1 - We have no collaboration with the customer and assume that no news is good news.

10 - We develop our product(s)/feature(s) in collaboration with the customer, seeking regular & routine feedback throughout. Once delivered we monitor data on usage and performance.

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* 2. How much time is given to develop, prototype, test and validate new ideas?

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1 - We never seem to have time to develop new ideas and/or we never have new ideas.

10 - The organisation is hypothesis driven to deliver the best products to our customers. We have a culture where everyone is free to contribute to this process.

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* 3. What is your organisations attitude to quality?

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1 - We receive regular complaints from customers about our products. The quality of our products inhibits our ability to enhance them. We have a short term mindset rather than long term.

10 - We are mindful of the longevity of the product and balance quality with speed of delivery. Quality is built in to our delivery processes.

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* 4. How quickly are you able to release an idea into the market?

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1 - Our processes inhibit our ability to realise value and capitalise on opportunity.

10 - We are able to react to the market in a timely fashion.

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* 5. How clear is it that your work contributes to the success of the company?

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1 - There is no overall vision and/or their is no obvious relationship between day to day work and the vision.

10 - Everyone in the organisation, from top to bottom, is focused on delivering their part of the corporate vision and knows where their part fits.

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* 6. How much autonomy do you have in deciding how to achieve your objectives?

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1 - I have no set objectives and am told what to do. Failure is not tolerated.

10 - I have clear objectives set and complete freedom to achieve them. Failures are seen as an opportunity to learn.

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* 7. How well do all areas of the business work together to achieve business objectives?

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1 - We are heavily siloed and communicate via documents and email.

10 - Our culture encourages regular face-to-face communication and values contributions from everyone.

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* 8. What part does senior management play in achieving the vision of the organisation?

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1 - Senior management are not visible or accessible and communication is via formal channels only.

10 - Senior management set a clear strategy to achieve the vision, proactively supporting and empowering the teams.

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* 9. How much effort is required to deliver a product or feature to the customer?

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1 - It requires massive coordination and synchronisation across large swathes of the business, diverting people and resources from their day job.

10 - We release so frequently that it has become a non-event, We have invested in processes & practices, enabling efficient flow of products/features to the customer. 

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* 10. How are individuals treated in the organisation?

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1 - We do as we are told and are not involved in any form of planning or decision making. Deadlines are dictated to us and we are treated as a commodity. 

10 - Individuals, their skills and knowledge are respected. Work is fulfilling and contributions are valued.

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* 11. Additional Information

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* 12. Contact Information

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