The 2016 State of Instruction Survey

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What do “instructions” mean to you? *


 
What position oversees company procedures/instructions at your workplace?

 
How many documented instructions does your company have?


 
What is the biggest challenge you face with your existing instructions? *


 
Evaluate the following statement:
A company’s instructions can impact customer satisfaction *


 
Which system(s) does your company use to
create instructions? *


 
Which system(s) does your company use to
distribute instructions? *


 
How does your company organize its instructions? *


 
When did you transition to an electronic system?


 
Are you interested in transitioning to an electronic system?


 
How much time do you spend creating and distributing instructions annually? *


 
Rank the ultimate goals for your company's instructions:

 
Instructions need to be easy to comprehend *

 
Instructions need to be fast to distribute *

 
Instructions need to include proper approvals *

 
Instructions need to capture key metrics *

 
Instructions need to gather feedback from end users *

 
Instructions need to be easy to create and edit *

 
Instructions need to ensure proper versions are being used *

 
Instructions need to be accessible on multiple devices *

 
Evaluate the following statement:
A company’s instructions help create a skilled workforce *


 
Rank the difficulty of creating and distributing instructions:

What parts of the process are the most challenging, and which can you do with your eyes closed?
 
Writing instructions is *

 
Editing instructions is *

 
Reviewing instructions is *

 
Gathering visuals (photos, diagrams, videos, etc.) is *

 
Getting necessary approvals is *

 
Distributing updated instructions is *

 
Do you ever waste time with poor or outdated instructions? *

     
 
Rank the time spent creating and distributing instructions:

What parts of the process are fast, and which take up most of the process?
 
Writing instructions takes *

 
Editing instructions takes *

 
Reviewing instructions takes *

 
Gathering visuals (photos, diagrams, videos, etc.) takes *

 
Getting necessary approvals takes *

 
Distributing updated instructions takes *

 
How much money does your company plan to spend on instructions this year? (software, staff time, devices, etc.)


 
Rank your level of frustration creating and distributing instructions:

What parts of the process can you do with a smile, and which make you want to pull your hair out?
 
Writing instructions can be *

 
Editing instructions can be *

 
Reviewing instructions can be *

 
Gathering visuals (photos, diagrams, videos, etc.) can be *

 
Getting necessary approvals can be *

 
Distributing updated instructions can be *

 
How satisfied are you with your current instructions? *


 
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What are the goals of your company's instructions? *


 
How would you improve your company’s instructions? *


 
Evaluate the following statement:
My company has plans to improve our instructions in 2017 *

 
When making purchasing decisions at work, what information sources do you rely on?


 
How old is your company?


 
How many employees are in your company?


 
Which best describes your company’s annual revenue?


 
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Name *

 
Company name *

 
Title

 
Years of industry experience

 
Mailing address

 
Enter me to win the $100 Amazon gift card! *

     
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