jm: AI prompts + templates for first pass of quant analysis
Likert scale Qs
The highlighted text represents a summary of survey responses for a single Likert scale question. Each line represents the number of respondents choosing one of six possible responses. format: number of respondents answering with this value (% of total respondents) – response
Review the templates and use the appropriate template to summarize findings for this question. Where there are [brackets] in the template, adjust the language to fit the context of the question.
templates for Likert scale survey questions
example template 1: straightforward findings
Overall: A significant portion of respondents agreed or slightly agreed that DesignOps metrics are closely aligned with organizational goals. The findings suggest that [what do the findings suggest?].
Most common response: slightly agree
The total percentage of respondents on the [left / disagreement / Craft ] side of the scale is 37.5%, while the total percentage of respondents on the [right / agreement / Ops ] side is 63.4%.
example template 2: nuanced findings
The survey asked participants to rate their level of agreement or disagreement with the statement "DesignOps at my organization anticipates and proactively develops operational strategies before problems arise."
Overall: The survey findings reveal that a significant portion of respondents (51.8%) agreed or slightly agreed that DesignOps at their organization anticipates and proactively develops operational strategies before problems arise. However, it is worth noting that a notable percentage of respondents (48.2%) expressed disagreement or slight disagreement. The most common response among participants was "slightly agree.”
This data indicates an opportunity for enhancing the anticipation and development of operational strategies in DesignOps, with specific impacts to the baseline maturity levels for both respondents' organizations and the DesignOps practice.
By effectively anticipating and developing operational strategies, DesignOps can strive to reach a higher level of maturity that better supports organizational goals and objectives. This may involve refining processes, strengthening collaboration, and continually assessing and adapting practices to ensure they are effectively meeting the evolving needs of the organization and its stakeholders. By doing so, DesignOps can play a more strategic and impactful role in driving success and achieving desired outcomes, providing greater value to their organizations.
A more detailed summary of the data is as follows:
Most common response: slightly agree (nearly 31%)
Over half (52.4%) of respondents landed in the middle of the agreement spectrum, with either a slightly positive or slightly negative perception of DesignOps anticipating and proactively developing operational strategies.
Over one quarter of respondents (27.1%) ****expressed disagreement or strong disagreement with the statement.
One-fifth (20.5%) of respondents indicated agreement or strong agreement with the statement.
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