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→ Story PromptA friend in your same line of work expresses interest in applying for a position in your organization and wonders what it is like to work there. What one recent experience, truly uplifting OR downright depressing, would you share? In a few lines, what happened?→ Your StoryThere can be a lot of job insecurity- several people I know have been at this workplace for over 15 years and are struggling to meet their fiscal marks, as market conditions have changed and their skill sets have not been as marketable.
- Story prompts and signifiers free participants to convey meaning and context that fit their sensibilities, culture, and language.
- To not worry about what will happen to them if they communicate something. The Spryng collection process completely anonymizes contributions if individuals want to remain anonymous.
- To not be swayed by ideas of what they should or should not share.
- To not be limited by what is or is not acceptable or other biasing influences.
Stories free participants to convey meaning and context that fit their sensibilities, culture, and language. Surveys necessarily exclude contexts.
Traditional surveys ask for our opinion. Every opinion that I share is abstracted from some stories, often a range of stories. In the end, my voice disappears.
Design Sensors that elicit wisdom and insights from your communities. This wisdom is hidden among their stories. Well crafted Sensors enable us to analyze and discover these insights.
Get easily started with templates and build on what has been tried and tested.
Customize existing templates and design instruments unique to your situation.
Create reusable templates and themes for effective and faster relaunches of research studies.
Scale Qualitative and Quantitative Research
Capture stories and experiences for your study across language and platform barriers.
Ensure diversity and include all voices by setting up notifications to course correct while gathering responses.
Collaborate to capture resonant and relevant insights easily.
With multi-dimensional and longitudinal data analysis, you can track responses over time, filter responses by demographics, and mix and match a variety of research variables for multi-dimensional analysis.
Filter triangle, slider, and multiple choice questions in analysis with demographic and multiple choice questions.
Interact with response data in mulitiple dimensions - landscape, heatmap, 3D-scatter, 3D-surface, and crosstabs with advanced 2D and 3D visualizations.
Mark story candidates to make Story Packs for facilitated small group analysis to discover insights
Capture and prompt story collection in 90+ Languages. Integrate Spryng into your App. Collect stories through a variety of mediums- Audio, video, tablets, paper, mobile etc. Use best-of-class AI to transcribe and translate. Spryng scales qualitative and quantitative research of people’s stories and experiential information.
As you analyze your story data, it may become challenging to keep track of everything. To facilitate your analysis, you can leverage AI to train it to organize your data sets.
Interact with the most pertinent information framed by their actual contexts.
Make persuasive presentations backed up real stories and their original contexts.
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We invite your participation
We believe every experience is unique and every voice matters. We invite you to participate in our newest public research initiatives, by sharing your stories of success or stories of struggle, in the realm of healthcare and/or education. You can share just one experience, but you are encouraged to share as many as come to mind. The more experiences shared the better.
Is there an “Us versus Them” culture within your healthcare system? The purpose of this project is to gain deep and nuanced insights into how people confront the everyday challenges or opportunities of delivering health care. The aggregate data will help access deep and hidden insights people learn how to constructively manage competing issues.
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