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September 28, 2007


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Ed Nichols

I think that organisations only extract the maximum value from their employee survey when a robust programme of Action Planning is carried out both at a global and local level. These plans should be based on the data from the survey, a key driver analysis to work out the correlation of each question/issue to engagement, and prioritisation of project resources such as time, effort and cost.

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