Steve Iman

en*thu*si*asm \in-'th(y)uze-az-em\ n [Gk enthouslamos, fr enthouslazein to be inspired, fr entheos inspired, fr en- + theos god] a 1 : belief in special revelations b : fanaticism 2 a : strong excitement of feeling : FERVOR b : something inspiring zeal or fervor syn see PASSION
Online Surveys

The Survey Development Process can help you meet your objectives in numerous ways.

Step 1: Project Planning
Successful survey projects start with clear objectives and clear program development of all stages from items selection and survey hosting through feedback reporting, action planning, and program assessment.

Step 2: Survey Design and Hosting
Enthuz staff have well established expertise in designing effective web surveys. We can work with you to adapt your current survey to the special requirement of the Web or we can create an entirely new survey for you.

We design the survey to match the look and feel of your web site and host it on outside servers, assuring confidentiality and objectivity. Password protection and security procedures are in place to ensure data integrity.

Step 3: Survey Participation
Respondents are invited to complete the survey through an emailed invitation to the survey process. Security and respondent verification are key elements designed into each project.

Step 4: Data Collection
Response collection is automated. Responses are validated for mandatory information, duplicate responses are controlled for. Data stored on the web server is retrievable for custom database development and analysis with advanced statistical tools.

Step 5: Analysis
Enthuz survey analysis strategies focus on data-mining procedures to develop causal insights -- turning data into information. Reports are published in presentation formats that are easy to understand and that effectively convey research findings. Reports may be made avilable via secured access to the project website, or may be reproduced and distributed in more traditional means.

Step 6: Reports
Getting the best results from survey processes involves providing data to responsible teams and small groups that use results and analytical findings to set goals, identify and solve problems. The extensive publication costs of traditional survey projects can be minimized through the production and distribution of digital reports.

Step 7: Feedback and Action Planning
Analytical reports often require discussion with consultants in order for managers to formulate the action implications of findings. Feedback and action planning activities throughout the organization may benefit from facilitation or short workshops to help managers focus their commitments to action based on survey learnings.