Very interesting concept that i came across at a conference. Usually most sessions end with a personal incentive (bribe) for the individual attendees (giveaways, raffles, …) whereas this one decide to make a donation to a specific charity for every completed feedback form.
While I don’t have the money to donate to a charity, would love to get your honest feedback on which of the two options would motivate you to provide feedback at the end of a session.
Why is that that most vendors talk about the scenarios being fulfilled out of the box, whereas the solution is in the box. Wouldn’t out of the box typically imply that something is needed from outside the box 😉
– Thanks Vedant