Learn the dos and don'ts of survey design to avoid asking bad questions that will lead your product down the wrong path.
Effective Survey Design
Surveys are one of the best tools for an innovator -- and one of the worst. A good survey can collect valuable quantitative data very quickly. A bad survey can produce deceptive data that promotes a poor idea, or disqualifies a great one. This survey design workshop shows you how to create surveys that lead you to your early adopters.
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Who It’s For?
For innovators who need to understand the differences between types of surveys, which one to use, and how to design one for their needs.
How It Works
Our experienced coach guides you through each step, giving you direct feedback on your work and helping you develop innovation as a core competency. You will use your own projects to ensure that the theory is immediately applied to real-world scenarios.
Get individual feedback on your real projects.
Develop new skills with a small cohort and direct coaching.
Run live exercises with an expert coach during our weekly sessions.
Materials & Frameworks
Get self-study learning materials and frameworks.
What You Learn
The differences between types of surveys and their uses
How to create open-ended and closed-ended surveys and evaluate the results
How to identify framing and sampling issues that might generate biased data
How to calculate Product / Market Fit and NPS surveys and evaluate the results
Designed by Successful Entrepreneurs and Experts
Kenny helps run the daily operations at Kromatic. Driven by his practice of continuous improvement, he has used his experience in product development and marketing to help create training programs throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.
Nick Noreña is an innovation coach based out of Berkeley, California, who has spent the last 10 years working in the startup and corporate innovation space. He has worked with over 100 project teams and businesses as a coach, educator, and entrepreneur. Nick specializes in helping early stage startup or corporate teams validate their business ideas.
Tristan Kromer works with innovation teams and leaders to create amazing products and build startup ecosystems. He has worked with companies from early stage startups with zero revenue to enterprise companies with >$1B USD revenue (Unilever, Swisscom, Salesforce, Fujitsu, LinkedIn).
Kromatic’s hands-on introduction to Lean Startup and its guiding principles was a complete wake-up call for my startup, forcing us to launch our MVP and learn fast.
Ryan Bruels, Vice President of Engineering, Knock
Kromatic’s workshop was incredibly engaging and interactive. Every detail was carefully thought out, from the design-thinking approach to clear and visually engaging material.
Kathryn Haydon, Innovation Strategist, Sparkitivity
It helped to think through a new lens on how to measure the middle space between initial vanity metrics and long-term revenue/product results.
Kyle Smith, Senior Manager, American Family Insurance
Rigorous is a great word to describe Kromatic. The pace is fast and intense. It’s part of their ethos that you need to learn and fail quickly.
Brendan Sheehan, Chief Financial Officer, CBUSA
Our coach helped us to identify the most important steps to take, and we always had a clear objective and action plan at the end of a conversation.
James Bryce Smith, Founder, Magnetize
This workshop is part of these programs
Each workshop is a component of the greater innovation library. Programs can be curated to include all the workshops you need to make real progress and show impactful results. Whether you are part of an innovation team, you are coaching teams, or leading a business unit as an innovation leader, our library will give you the tools and skills to succeed.
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