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nevaal MapsTM questionnaire function

Aug. 25th, 2021

In some companies employer branding specialists still drive from branch office to branch office to interview the employees about their wellbeing at work and things they think should get improved. In some companies the process has been improved by sending out e-mails to the individual workers, evaluating the given answers and then presenting the results to their superiors as graphs in a meeting. Some top-notch HR administration tools have found ways to ways to digitalize and automatize many of these steps.

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nevaal has gone one step further. nevaal asks your employees not only about their work experiences but also how often they talk to others members of their team or department. Like all data on nevaal maps the results get visualized in a network structure. The generated structure allows the management of a company to decide if the information flows well, if the right people are taking over team communication tasks and give a solid base for change management decisions.

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We have also transferred this approach to other spheres of business. Venture capital firms can track their own activities. How often were they in touch with the startups they invested in within a defined period of time, how often did they talk to possible investment candidates, informations like this are asked to update once in a while and become part of the network visualization.

The same happens if you visit an event. In nevaal maps you can take a look at the other attendants before. After the event, the application will ask you who you were talking to and make it visible for you. In case you missed approaching an interesting company you can still do that on nevaal maps. If your company is part of a bigger ecosystem of cooperation partners and other institutions it might also make sense for you and your company to know when and how often you were in touch with them within the last year.

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Another thing that is important for us is reproducibility. A lot of data is just generated and used to show in exactly one meeting before it gets lost in a drawer. The findings of the nevaal maps questionnaires become part of the database and can be reused and combined with other data available on the platform’s database. This saves time, money and leads to new unexpected insights.

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nevaal MapsTM questionnaire function


Aug. 25th, 2021

In some companies employer branding specialists still drive from branch office to branch office to interview the employees about their wellbeing at work and things they think should get improved. In some companies the process has been improved by sending out e-mails to the individual workers, evaluating the given answers and then presenting the results to their superiors as graphs in a meeting. Some top-notch HR administration tools have found ways to ways to digitalize and automatize many of these steps.

img1Photo by Scott Graham on Unsplash

nevaal has gone one step further. nevaal asks your employees not only about their work experiences but also how often they talk to others members of their team or department. Like all data on nevaal maps the results get visualized in a network structure. The generated structure allows the management of a company to decide if the information flows well, if the right people are taking over team communication tasks and give a solid base for change management decisions.

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We have also transferred this approach to other spheres of business. Venture capital firms can track their own activities. How often were they in touch with the startups they invested in within a defined period of time, how often did they talk to possible investment candidates, informations like this are asked to update once in a while and become part of the network visualization.

The same happens if you visit an event. In nevaal maps you can take a look at the other attendants before. After the event, the application will ask you who you were talking to and make it visible for you. In case you missed approaching an interesting company you can still do that on nevaal maps. If your company is part of a bigger ecosystem of cooperation partners and other institutions it might also make sense for you and your company to know when and how often you were in touch with them within the last year.

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Another thing that is important for us is reproducibility. A lot of data is just generated and used to show in exactly one meeting before it gets lost in a drawer. The findings of the nevaal maps questionnaires become part of the database and can be reused and combined with other data available on the platform’s database. This saves time, money and leads to new unexpected insights.

nevaal - build networks that matter

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