Social Networking Survey: Your opinions, ideas and thoughts matter!

In just 10 days, I will have finalized data collection for my PhD dissertation at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. Most importantly, I will be assisting in the development of the many uses of social media in the workplace by individuals like you – dedicated government decision makers.

Your participation will define the understanding of relationships between social networking and predictors of individual performance and participation in government organizations.

This survey is short – less than 10 minutes to complete. And as they say, that’s not all. In consideration of your time, and because this anonymous survey is of vital importance, I am able to offer, to ALL PARTICIPANTS, a drawing for a $100, $50 and multiple $10 Amazon gift cards!!

This is a THANK YOU to all who have completed this survey to date. If you have not, please enjoy a chance to express your opinion of how social media tools serve our workplace, and enjoy a chance to WIN up to $100 for your 10 minutes of thought (with 3:1 odds!).

Just take the survey at the URL below. At the end of the survey, you can enter to win.

Please know that your efforts will provide the foundation for measurement of social networking concepts as they relate to individual perception of performance.

But your response is NEEDED no later than Wednesday, January 12 at 5 p.m. EST. Your response is completely anonymous, with absolutely no way of identifying any participants. To get to the survey, simply click on this link; or paste it into your browser.

If you have already completed the survey, thank you. You too can participate in the drawing. Simply go to this link and fill out the required information. It’s that simple.

Concerns, comments or questions? I am available confidentially at [email protected] or at 757-876-6589.

Thank you for your time to shape the future.

Mike Brown

PhD Candidate

Public Administration and Urban Policy

Old Dominion University

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