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Online group profile

Easy to access, included in price

When ordering the online version of the questionnaire, you will also receive a link to a webpage with your group’s profile. Group profiles (based on the link answered by your group) will be automatically generated. The profile is dynamic and will allways be updated without refreshing the page. You will also see how many participants have already completed the questionnaire. (Useful both during the workshop and in a pre-scoring situation!) This feature is suitable both for PC (e.g. projector) and your mobile device (phone/iPad etc.)


Two views


1. The Hexagon view presents distribution of the individual participants in a two-dimensional space – a hexagon. The participants are represented as dots and their location is a function of scores on all three colours. The actual scores can be visible when you hover the pointer above a particular dot.

The points when the three lines meet is the groups “centre of gravity” – the group's average. The normative average – 50 Red, 50 Blue and 50 Green – is in the actual centre of the figure.



2. The Statistics view includes a chart with group’s averaged scores and the norm. In addition, the exact averages and standard deviations for Red, Blue and Green are presented below.




Group profiles can be a useful point of departure for reflections and exercises focusing on a team, department or an organization as a whole: “What are our strengths and challenges given our group’s profile in the context of organizational change?”, “How can we compensate for the colour-preferences we score very low on?”, etc.


Some iformation that is not visible in the averaged Statistics-view, becomes evident in the Hexagon: the position of individual scores in the context of the entire group. Thus, it can be used to discuss the “distance” and “closeness” between the participants; as well as to uncover “clusters”. 



Watch video:

Example large group. Time-laps.