Issuu on Google+

W

USE PC KIOSKS TO GENERATE DYNAMIC FEEDBACK Improve the value of your next meeting


2


CREATE A BETTER EVENT Benefit from the intelligence already at hand

The Wizerize kiosks allow you to collect all kinds of feedback, directly at your event. This gives the participants an extra “channel” for sharing their insights and reflections. The meeting leader can follow all feedback in real time on a laptop and – if relevant – share selected feedback with everybody in the meeting. This process of feedback and sharing increases the engagement, allows more effective idea generation and provides valuable feedback that can help you to design follow-up activities – and your next conference.

“How would you solve this challenge?” “Which single action will have the highest impact?” “What do you consider the key learning of today?” 3


THE CONCEPT Collect and share feedback directly at your event

CHOOSE QUESTIONS

Before the meeting you can customize the feedback forms to your specific priorities.

4

GET INPUT

VIEW RESULTS

Let your meeting participants choose between different types of questions and give their feedback at the PC kiosks.

All input is automatically documented in real time at the live reporting site, where you can access and review it immediately.


SHARE RESULTS

If you connect to a monitor or large screen, you can share selected results directly at the meeting.

LIVE REPORTING

All results are available at the live reporting site for six months.

5


6


THE QUESTION TEMPLATES

You can customize your feedback forms based on different templates (you can use each template as many times as you like).

TEMPLATE 1:

TEXT QUESTIONS

TEMPLATE 2:

SHARED TEXT QUESTIONS

TEMPLATE 3:

RATING BY SMILEYS

9

5 8

TEMPLATE 4:

RATING BY POINTS

TEMPLATE 5:

MULTIPLE CHOICE

TEMPLATE 6:

RANK ORDER BY DRAG & DROP

TEMPLATE 7:

VIDEO COMMENTS

7


a

TEMPLATE 1:

TEXT QUESTION EXAMPLE: QUESTIONS & COMMENTS ON THE PLAN Collect questions and get feedback on your initiative.

8

QUESTIONS

RESULTS

Participants answer your question with a text comment.

Text input is aggregated as a list of text comments.


a

TEMPLATE 2:

SHARED TEXT QUESTIONS EXAMPLE: IDEAS FOR IMPROVING THE PLAN Harvest good ideas from the participants and allow them to build on each other’s ideas. This interface could could, for example, also be used as an easy way to report and share results from breakout sessions.

QUESTIONS

RESULTS

Participants can submit text comments, and are able to view and be inspired by other people’s input.

Text input is aggregated as a list of text comments.

9


a

TEMPLATE 3:

RATING BY SMILEYS EXAMPLE: EVALUATION OF THE PLAN Evaluate an initiative or your event using smileys, and get valuable feedback about what to improve.

10

QUESTIONS

RESULTS

Participants can agree/disagree with up to 10 different statements.

The scores per statement are counted and visualized.


9 a

5 8

TEMPLATE 4:

RATING BY POINTS

EXAMPLE: SCORE THE INITIATIVES IN THE PLAN Rating initiatives helps you to identify the most important issues.

QUESTIONS

RESULTS

Participants can rank up to 10 different statements from 0 to 9 (where 9 is highest).

The average score of each statement is visualized as a prioritized list.

11


a

TEMPLATE 5:

MULTIPLE CHOICE EXAMPLE: CHOOSE THE MOST IMPORTANT ACTION Let your users identify the most important issue overall from a number of issues (or any other form of multiple-choice questions with up to 6 response options).

12

QUESTIONS

RESULTS

The participants are allowed to pick only one answer.

A bar chart visualizes the percentage of votes for each possible response.


a

TEMPLATE 6:

RANK ORDER BY DRAG & DROP EXAMPLE: RANK BARRIERS TO IMPLEMENTATION Ranking barriers to implementation (defined by you) engages the participants more deeply with the issue, and provides input on where to direct your follow-up initiatives.

QUESTIONS

RESULTS

Participants can prioritize a list of up to 10 entries by dragging the most important to the top.

The average score for each entry is visualized in a prioritized list.

13


TEMPLATE 7:

VIDEO COMMENTS EXAMPLE: COMMENT IN A SHORT VIDEO Get even more personalized feedback by allowing participants to create short video comments. You can also use video as a way to let your groups give feedback from breakout sessions (the competitive element of producing the best video generally adds energy to the work). Once produced, you can review the videos – and maybe choose to share the best in plenary.

QUESTIONS Define what you want participants to comment on (or leave open for any comments).

RESULTS You can review all videos and share the best or the most inspiring.

14


15


Multiply the value of meetings

COPENHAGEN (Wizerize A/S) Orient Plads 1 路 2100 Copenhagen NEW YORK (Wizerize Inc.) 410 Park Avenue, Suite 1530 路 NY 10022 www.wizerize.com


Use PC kiosks to generate dynamic feedback