Specific Features as named by you What, if anything, do you find frustrating or unappealing about the product? What similar products have you used during the last 6 months? Can you describe your experiences in using these similar products? Do you have any suggestions on how we could improve the product to make it more appealing?
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Specific Features as named by you What, if anything, do you find frustrating or unappealing about the product? What similar products have you used during the last 6 months? Can you describe your experiences in using these similar products? Do you have any suggestions on how we could improve the product to make it more appealing? Many projects involve online marketing and gathering feedback on a website design or feature.
Here are some sample questions to help a project manager evaluate a new website design or concept. Overall, how appealing is this web page to you? Use a numeric or the degree of appeal scale Thinking of your previous response, what are some specific examples that helped you formed your opinion?
How easy or difficult was it to navigate the content on the web page? What prompted you to say that? When thinking about navigating this page, what, if anything, is confusing to you?
How much do you agree or disagree with the following statement. Use an agreement scale The benefits of doing business with company are clearly presented in this web page. Thinking of the answer to the previous question, what made you say that? How much do you agree or disagree with the statements below? Use an agreement scale If I wanted to purchase the product, I know where to click.
If I wanted to contact the company, I know where to click. If I wanted to see more content, I know where to click. The web page is helpful to me. The web page is relevant to me. Is there anything that you would like to add or remove from the design that you have seen? The order of these questions can be shifted around. Consumer sentiment and consumer confidence are the forerunners to the future success of many businesses. Sometimes a project manager needs to do a reality check to see if it is the right time to move forward on a business venture.
How would you rate your outlook for the economy over the next six months? What most contributes to your optimistic outlook for the economy? What most contributes to your pessimistic outlook for the economy? Which of the following best describes your discretionary spending during the past six months? Use a more or less tendency scale Are you more or less likely to make a large purchase in the next six months?
Use a likelihood scale Hints for Developing Your Own Sample of Focus Group Questions No matter why a focus group is formed , you can help your members have a more productive session by asking questions that grab their attention and get them thinking beyond the obvious.
Here are a few pointers to help you in developing your own questions to motivate participants to open up and provide more honest and complete responses. Introductions — Begin the session with a set of questions that will enable focus group members to get to know each other better.
Ask them about their favorite hobbies and interests and what they enjoy the most about the activity. For example, ask them to think of three words to describe their favorite hobby. Format — When choosing focus group questions, be sure to include a mix of multiple choice questions to provide structure and direction and open-ended questions to allow for further exploration and discovery.
Ratings scale — Select an appropriate ratings scale to measure different levels of approval. Try to select scales that have more than five variations to give respondents more flexibility.
For example, this scale has 7 levels to measure the level of satisfaction: completely satisfied, very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, neither satisfied nor unsatisfied, somewhat unsatisfied, very unsatisfied, and completely unsatisfied. Closing — Remember to thank the participants for their assistance and candor, and then ask them if there is anything that could be done to improve their experience as a member of the focus group. Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay Post navigation.
Is there an Inventory for Married Couples? While FOCCUS is not a test and is not used to label couples or predict marital outcome, the report is used by the Facilitator to help couples celebrate their relationship strengths and talk to each other about topics warranting further attention. FOCCUS assesses nineteen categories to help couples sort the challenges and strengths they are bringing into marriage. Facilitator training prepares facilitators and mentor couples to administer, interpret and discuss FOCCUS Inventory results with couples.
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Effective Focus Group Questions That Spark Discussion