Almost all PRAIORITIZE assessments do not only ask respondents for their actual situation but their ambition as well. This ambition score is usually set to "In 6 months". If the ambition horizon would be set too far in the future or described as "ideally," respondents would be tempted to answer the best score everywhere, thereby avoiding making a choice. The philosophy behind PRAIORITIZE is that you want to know what the respondents see as their priorities. The ‘Respondents' ambition’-tile shows the score (here: 8.4), and the appropriate bullet in the management summary above it explains that score in words (here: "This is a high ambition but without realism").
Next, there is the Conclusion page. Click on the tile or click in the navigation bar:
Analyze > Respondents' ambition > Conclusion
The conclusion section on top explains the management summary's one-liner in the second bullet and gives some advice on what to do about it in the third bullet (provided there is something to improve).
The circle diagrams show the improvement over the actual situation and break up the second bullet in the % of questions to be improved and the average % improvement. If the number of respondents not responding to a certain question exceeds a certain threshold, the ‘difficult or sensitive questions’ circle diagram gets activated.
The lower half of the screen shows all the assessment questions, including their score for the actual situation, the ambition score, the delta between actual and ambition (‘Growth’), and how many respondents did not answer that specific question. Click the column headers to sort the table.
Graph: the Histogram
To analyze the respondents’ ambition more in-depth, click on the ‘Graph’-option in the navigation bar. This will show a so-called ‘Histogram.’ It shows the questions in each row and the actual and ambition score combined in a bar-chart. The ‘Topics’-dropdown allows you to focus on one or more topics. The ‘Respondents’-dropdown allows to in-/exclude certain respondent groups. The 'View'-dropdown gives you the possibility to sort the questions in various ways; the 'Default'-option sets the questions in the order in which they appeared in the questionnaire.
There is also a more detailed view. Again, open the 'View'-dropdown and select:
View > Show Answer scores and click Apply.
Now, you see per row a bar representing the score, the score itself, the number of respondents that did not answer the questions, and the number of respondents for each of the answers. You can choose between the actual number of respondents or as a percentage of total respondents:
In this expanded Histogram, you can click the column headers to sort the table.