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The Communications Satisfaction Survey will be used to measure the degree to which employees are satisfied with the effectiveness of communications with specific relevance to the project. The survey is only to be completed by those stakeholders who are affected by the change.
Thank you for taking the Communications Satisfaction Survey. The survey should take less than five minutes of your time. Your submitted return of the assessment will remain confidential, and is to be used by the Change Management Team to direct communications when and where they are needed.Your honest feedback would be appreciated Rate from 1 (the lowest) to 5 (the highest) on the extent to which you believe is true for each question. The completed survey will be forwarded to Barry Malherbe, who will conduct the analysis of the assessments.
There are 16 questions in this survey.
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Using the text box below, please type in your organisation's name.
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Please click on the radio button alongside the project role that best describes your role relating to this project.
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I receive regular information updates and status information about the Project and changes that transpire, within the project.
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The information that I do receive about the project and changes that transpire is helpful.
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I had sufficient opportunities to raise my concerns regarding the Project.
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Most of the concerns that I have about the Project have been resolved.
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I clearly understand the structure of the Project, timelines and the deliverables required to ensure that the project is successful.
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I have heard consistent messages about the Project.
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Our Organisation has established clear communications expectations with project team members.
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The Project Sponsor has communicated regularly with the business and the project team (created awareness of the need for change, built support and followed up).
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Our Organisation's Management have communicated changes when they arise to Project Managers, Team Leads and Project Team Members, to manage resistance towards change.
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The Project Team Management, have listened to and addressed the business concerns regarding the Project.
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The Project has enabled communications to be two-way (allowed for feedback and question/answer sessions).
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The Project Team Management have held direct, face-to-face meetings with the business to explain the “what, why and how, of the project.
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The Project has utilised various media, e.g., notice boards, face-to-face meetings, road shows and key presentations, to communicate with the business.
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The Project Team Management have interacted effectively with the Project Team; and helped them create and communicate a consistent message to the business, Team Leads and Team Members.