In going through some old posts still in draft, I realized that I had never shared the findings of the Learning 2.0: 23 Things survey that I had conducted last summer specifically with coordinators of other programs. In conducting the survey I had hoped to find out what was the program’s success related to several factors, specifically use of incentives and presence of active management participation. Once the results were compiled, I found the findings interesting. I hope you will agree.
Here is a short slidedeck providing a high level view of the findings. In total 68 program coordinators responded to the call I made last August. The results of 62 of them are included in this report. I did not include the results of six respondents since they had not yet finished their organization’s version of the program at the time of survey, hence their results were incomplete.
For my work with CAVAL, we now have data sets of program administrators and 350+ responses from the national survey looking at the impact of the programs after Learning 2.0. Helene’s data and findings echo trends we are seeing in our data analysis.
Stay tuned for more.