Results of Volunteer Survey
Thank you for suffering through all 10 questions! We heard feedback that it was hard, confusing and even not logical, but we are positive it was worth it, as we received great answers from you which will help with our initiative.
There were almost no multiple choice questions as we wanted you to brainstorm, because we don’t need to know what we already know. So with open text answers you had to be creative and generate a lot of new solutions.
I summarizes results of the survey in a presentation to share them with you: overall public opinion on every question and highlights. Download olpcMAP Survey Results, read, share with others and let us know what you think.
The second presentation is different, it comes with thorough analysis of main themes, since questions were more psychological than logical… Some questions were asked for different reasons and that is why they might have been confusing. So you will see our subjective interpretation of your answers to modify our strategy.
A) What volunteer needs do you have?
B) What recognition do you want for your work?
C) What questions can we use for trivia?
D) How can we help you?
E) If you were to design your own volunteer gig, what would it be?
F) Do you need social identity?
G) Do you need help deciding what you need?
H) What do you want to know?
I) How can we use your answers for strategic good?
Stay tuned for Final Analysis of olpcMAP Survey Results to be posted next!
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