An in-depth methodology backed by organizational psychology
One of the most important aspects of understanding employees’ experience during periods of transformation and change is the willingness and appetite to truly know what’s really going on, and what you as a leader can do to help.
Our approach to Transformation and Change is based on in-depth organizational psychology and research structured around four key employee concepts to drive the success of change, and support employee engagement at work.
It includes one main outcome question and eight optional drivers centered on change communication, involvement/voice in change, planning and resources to facilitate change, and belief in change success/value.
Plus, we enable you to design your continuous listening strategy through a singular flexible survey experience to measure how specific events and initiatives impact your people—without burdening your employees with multiple time-consuming surveys.
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Set-up your Transformation and Change questions
From 5 April 2022, you can reach out to your Customer Success Consultant or Workday Customer Centre who can enable this new question set for you.
To set up the Transformation and Change question set:
- Navigate to Administration > Questions > Transformation and Change.
- Click Configure.
- Select the questions to use in your surveys.
Note: The first question, under the Managing Change driver, sets the score for the Transformation and Change driver.
To activate the Transformation and Change question set on a specific survey:
- Navigate to Administration > Schedule.
- Add a new Schedule or click the View button on an existing Schedule.
- Select the Frequency tab.
- Click on the Transformation and Change question set category.
- Select frequency options.
- Save your changes.
You can choose to set frequencies for the:
- Main question
- Sub driver
Note: You must activate the Transformation and Change question set for every schedule that you wish to include the question set in.
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