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Methods to collect happiness index
Last Post 01 Aug 2014 05:32 AM by Ian Mitchell. 1 Replies.
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ZAHARIA MARIANA
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ZAHARIA MARIANA

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01 Aug 2014 04:02 AM
    Hello guys,

    I am searching for a nice method to collect the happiness index from the team and to make it in a nice manner(diversity).
    Till now I have done that by giving to each team member a Kinder egg , and they had to use the box inside the kinder by putting a number from 1-5 where :1= Discouraged 2= Unsatisfied
    3= Acceptable 4= Motivated
    5= Enthusiastic

    How do you do it ?


    Ian Mitchell
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    01 Aug 2014 05:32 AM
    You could try the Crisp Happiness Index, which is measured continually through a Google spreadsheet. Jeff Sutherland has had good results with this.

    http://blog.crisp.se/2010/05/08/hen...3272420000

    The Kinder approach sounds like a fun one. Note however that Kinder eggs are banned in the US and you can get into trouble for bringing them into the country. This is a bit of a shame because they are also useful for coaching teams about optimal batch sizes and throughput.
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