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The most powerful report designer of any survey system
With 20/20®, users can control the kind of data, the amount of data, the format of
data and the sequence of the data they wish to give individuals and groups.
You have two ways to get the kinds of reports that you want: Select from standard
report sections or use the report designer to create customized formats.
Select the sections you want and customize the elements to present the format you need.
Standard individual reports sections include:
- Category Summary
- Category Summary - Performance/Expected
- Category Summary - Current/Previous
- Category Summary - Self/Other
- Item Ratings - by Category
- Items Ratings - Performance/Expected
- Item Ratings - Relationships/Comments
- Highest-Rated Items
- Lowest-Rated Items
- Recommendations for Development
- Open-ended Questions
Design your own report sections. Use wizards to select from the following report
- Respondent types - Report scores broken out by type of respondent
or reporting relationship, such as manager, direct report, peer or customer.
- Data type - Display summary category scores or individual item
- Norms - Compare a persons average score with the average
scores of others in the same project (e.g. Management level, team, department or
- Distribution - Show how many people gave a specific numerical
rating for an item or category.
- Sequencing of data - Show scores from highest lowest, lowest to
highest or in the order the items appeared in the assessment.
- Comparison rating - If more than one scale is used, compare the
scores between two scales (e.g. Importance vs. Performance).
- Graphs - Select displays as bar graph or gap graphs.
- Item-specific comments - Display rater comments related to each
- Developmental recommendations - Create your own recommendations or
print the included recommendations for development when using the Leadership and Personal
Leadership categories, which include developmental suggestions for 190 items in 16
categories. Each recommendation contains:
- Two-paragraph description of why the behavior is important
- A list of possible reasons for the low rating
- Specific suggestions for follow-up action
- Recommended reading