One other measure that meets these criteria is designed to measure teamwork from the perspective of nurses only. The Relational Coordination Survey has been included in several inventories of measurements, including: Relational coordination is measured using seven survey questions including four questions about communication (frequency, timeliness, accuracy, problem-solving) and three questions about relationships (shared goals, shared knowledge, mutual respect).
“Coverage is Easy, Coverage is Easy, Coverage is Easy”.
Perhaps 10-15 years ago the idea was to design for coverage.
To “show validation” means to display a message to respondents stating the restrictions that you have set for their answers.
When “Show validation” is ticked, the respondents will see a validation message as soon as they land on the survey page.
But we have been far past that for the last 10 years.
We now know we need to design for more than mere coverage.
To answer that simple question, let me refer back to how we deal with cable plant in our facitilites.
Lets say you wanted gigabit to the desktop, and determined you need Category 5e or better Ethernet cabling to support your design requirement.
In the case of a wireless network, you may want to survey the site before you install, like an AP-on-a-Stick process…
but you MUST do a post install validation survey to know for sure if the installed WLAN is meeting your specs.
Some of the BOS question types allow you to set restrictions on the answers, such as what type of answer or how many answers a respondent can provide.