How can survey research results be reported?

At the end of the study or at various intervals for ongoing studies, it is important to receive data that is easily understood by managers, and it is also important that they not be overwhelmed with the amount of data they receive. Data reports may then be produced which display overall results for each topic…

What is an executive summary?

An Executive Summary documents the method, results, and recommendations of the survey and contains both descriptive and inferential statistics. The methodology of the study includes how the research instrument was developed, and when and how the survey was deployed so that the study can be replicated in the future. Results are presented at the Total…

How will we access the survey data?

NBRI provides electronic reports, sent via email, provided on a CD, or available through our online reporting portal.  The portal securely stores your data allowing users to access only the data for which they have permission.  With a dashboard and ad hoc reporting capabilities, it has never been easier to access and manage your data.

What types of reports will I receive?

NBRI provides a variety of reports including data reports, comment reports, raw data files, executive summaries, and results presentations.  Standardized report formats enable management to easily move from one report to another, even across survey types.  And, we can partner with you to develop custom reporting as needed.

How can I compare against my previous data?

NBRI may import your previous data and include that data in the reports that we provide.  Our review and mapping of your existing survey questions to normative survey questions allows you to benchmark internally against your own data and externally with NBRI ClearPath Benchmarking.