Big projects lead to big challenges.
With a small group - say up to 30 - it’s possible to build a relationship with
everyone participating. This makes it easier to spot issues and react to
When we scale up to 100s of participants, this isn’t possible anymore.
And if we’re not careful, the administrative tasks will take up all of our
time. If you’re lucky, the project will finish on schedule, and everyone will
have received feedback. But will they have felt a positive impact?
With modern tools like Spidergap, it really is possible to manage 1000s
of participants, and to ensure your 360° Feedback project is a success for
We’ve created an awesome ebook to help you to:
Stay focused on the goal (page 3)
Get a 99% response rate (page 7)
Automate and delegate (page 14)
Tackle big changes with small trials (page 18)