Group dashboard > Get it done > Workshop > Praiority picking
The selected improvement target results in the Praiority list: what to improve first!? To discuss this Praiority list with the respondent group there is a dedicated workshop: Praiority picking.
The workshop consists of five simple steps:
From your praiority list, choose a question you'd like to improve. Note the percentage that solving the question contributes to achieving the target. E.g. if the first question has a "Gap %" of 20% than solving that single question contributes to solving 20% of the gap between the actual situation and the target.
To familiarize yourself with the question at hand, Step 2 provides some tips & tricks, reading material, and other references to online content. Note that some questionnaires omit this step.
The table in Step 3 shows which respondents have already achieved the target answer. Ask a few of them to comment on their scores. share proof, experiences and do’s and don’ts. These respondents might not be aware they can help others. Asking them to illustrate their experiences is a great contribution to the group. Notes you take in the designated box are saved in the dashboard.
- To achieve
The table in Step 4 shows which respondents have not yet achieved the target answer. State that we do not all have to reinvent the wheel ourselves. That everyone is good at something else and that we can learn from each other. Ask some of the respondents to reflect on their scores, what effect it has, what they would like, and what hinders them. What do they need and what would help them achieve the goal. Notes you take in the designated box are saved in the dashboard.
- Next steps Having familiarized yourself with the topic, having heard how respondents achieved the target answer and how other respondents did not, it's now time to decide on three key actions. These can be noted down in the designated text boxes. Notes you take are saved in the dashboard.