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Check what changes your organization needs!

As part of the Erasmus + Needs of adults education stakeholders (2019-1-PL01-KA204-065792) Strategic Partnerships project, we developed and tested an organization Questionnaire examining the need for changes in the organization's activities

The survey comprises 18 statements representing 18 categories, asking the respondents to mark their respective attitude on a 5-point scale ranging from ‘decidedly not agree’  to ‘decidedly agree’. Items included in the survey were developed based on Herzberg’s two-factor theory of motivation for work (source: Bassett-Jones, Lloyd, 2005).Scores are represented in percentage values. The higher the score an individual obtained, the better his/her opinion about his/her organisation is and the smaller the need for change in the organisation. The only exception is the last category focused on work & private life, in this category the lower is the obtained score the weaker is the influence of the work on one's private life, therefore the better is the score.

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