Committee Evaluation Questionnaires
Committee evaluation shouldn't be an afterthought
Using Thinking Board®, Independent Audit’s board assessment software, your committee evaluation questionnaires will no longer be just an afterthought.
Instead, built on our experience as a leading corporate governance consultancy, the committee evaluation questionnaires are interesting and thought-provoking.
Automated reporting gives you what you need, showing you straight away what’s working well and where improvements can be made.
The committee-specific questions you need to ask
Questionnaires are structured by topic. You can choose what to focus on at any point in time by just selecting the topics you want to view.
Either a separate questionnaire can be used containing only committee-specific questions, or optional committee-related questions can be built into the board questionnaire.
Each questionnaire captures our expert knowledge of what makes governance and control effective.
You may not be asking the right questions
The problem with traditional questionnaire-based reviews is that they give little insight. Participants often find them dry and formulaic, and different people can interpret both questions and answers in different ways. All this dilutes the effectiveness of your data.
Thinking Board’s® questions have a unique structure. Respondents are asked to consider “issues” before providing a score, making sure you get well-considered responses.
The participants’ flagged issues help to explain the score and any concerns they have; you’re not just dependent on a number.
Rigorous reporting and data-based insight
With automated reporting, analysis becomes quick and easy. Select from a range of different reports and charts to view your data.
The use of colours and straightforward graphics helps you to spot the issues, and you can dig into the data to see the details. Use the reporting dashboard to exclude the best-performing areas in order to focus on where your organisation can improve.
This all adds up to actionable insight into what’s working well and what could be working better.