For this post, we are featuring a guest blog post written by Aaron Wolowiec. Aaron has more than a decade of experience in the meetings industry and is the founder/ president of Event Garde.
As a speaker, author and user, he also has extensive mobile app expertise. You can view his original post on the Event Garde blog.
Recently, I had the opportunity to utilize my mobile app prowess – as a former education director and current learning strategist – to partner with mobile engagement company Results at Hand to develop a simple, 16-question Mobile App Readiness Assessment.
Today, you are invited to take part in this brief assessment at no cost to you. With only 16 questions to answer, you’ll receive a unique score and relevant resources tailored to your results immediately upon completion. Assessment topics include intended audience, preferred features, adoption rationale and more.
The results from this assessment will be used to draw conclusions about the current state of mobile practices within the association community, and will offer thoughtful insights and actionable recommendations that may be used by organizations like yours in future benchmarking and strategic planning efforts.
There is no compensation for responding to this assessment; however, all respondents who complete it are eligible for a complimentary copy of the final report resulting from this research. If you choose to participate, please answer all questions as honestly and as completely as possible.
Participation is strictly voluntary and you may discontinue participation at any time. Completion of the assessment will indicate your willingness to participate in this study.
Thank you, in advance, for taking part in this valuable research. Should you have questions or require additional information, please contact me.
To begin, click this link. As you complete the assessment, please select the one response—unless otherwise indicated—that best describes your answer to each question. All reported data will be shared in aggregate form only. No individual data will be released.
Thank you again for your participation. We look forward to sharing the results with you later this year.
In the meantime, if you’re craving more mobile resources, check out these 17 Stats for the Mobile Skeptic or these 2015 Strategic Mobile Trends for Associations and Event Leaders.