Qvest is based on philosophical research showing that for human beings to reach important goals together, they must ask each other questions.
For leaders to secure buy-in for their strategic initiatives, it’s not enough that they communicate the goals and plans. They must foster a curious and collaborative culture where people work together on asking and answering the questions the new initiatives raise.
Qvest is designed to do that.
Qvest helps leaders put their organization on a joint quest. And that is also the reason behind our name - which is pronounced “quest.”
Qvest is both a method and a digital tool helping companies reach their goals by taking employees on numerous 3-step ‘quests’.
In a Qvest, employees are prompted to:
To get buy-in for strategies and plans, leaders must make room for employees to move through the journey of replacing their current idea or plan with a new one.
Leadership sets strategic direction by explaining why the strategic initiative is important and why the employees who are selected to join the Qvest are crucial to making the initiative a success.
Then participants are invited to ask their own questions about the topic.
When the Qvest kicks off, each participant asks one question and picks one recipient among the other participants.
These peer-to-peer Q&A exchanges are at the heart of the Qvest method, because they anchor the strategy in everyday conversations and actions.
When the Qvest closes, the output is automatically analyzed and shared with everyone, making it easy for participants to find the answers they are looking for and collaborate on making local adjustments.
The partcipants also have the option of pinning key questions on the output page - showing the Qvest admin what they think is most important.
The rich conversational data from Qvest makes it easy for leaders to:
The Qvest tool translates employee questions into strategic insight. Giving you the data you need to make better, more informed decisions.