Sampling Program Measurement

Evaluation Samples. Chapter 1: An Introduction to Sampling Chapter 2: Sampling Techniques Chapter 3: Sampling Plan.

Data Quality. Chapter 1: Data Types Chapter 2: Data Quality Considerations Chapter 3: Data and Evaluation Questions. Data Collection. Chapter 1: Interviews and Focus Groups Chapter 2: Observations Chapter 3: Surveys.

Data Analysis. Chapter 1: Approaches to Data Preparation and Analysis Chapter 2: Data Analysis Examples Chapter 3: From Results to Interpretation to Recommendations.

Dissemination Approaches. Chapter 1: Disseminating Your Findings Chapter 2: Visualizing Your Data. Module 4: Evaluation Samples Chapter 2: Sampling Techniques In chapter 2, you will learn about different sampling techniques.

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Department of Education. Additional Resources ERIC Sitemap Organizational Chart. An ordinal variable is like a nominal variable with one important difference: ordinal variables have ordered categories.

Examples of ordinal variables include education levels, job levels, and survey variables measured on Likert-type scales. Continuous variables are also known as quantitative variables. Continuous variables can assume any real value in some interval, and these can be further categorized as either interval or ratio variables.

Variables measured on an interval scale have a natural order and a quantifiable difference between values but no absolute zero value. Examples include SAT scores, IQ scores, and temperature measured in Fahrenheit or Celsius but not Kelvin.

In these examples, 0 is either not an option i. Variables measured on a ratio scale have the same properties as data measured on an interval scale with one important difference: ratio data have an absolute zero value. Examples include compensation, revenue, and sales; a zero in these contexts is possible and would indicate a true absence of something.

The goal of research is to understand a population based on data from a subset of population members. In practice, it is often not feasible to collect data from every member of a population, so we instead calculate sample statistics to estimate population parameters.

While the population represents the entire group of interest, the sampling frame represents the subset of the population to which the researcher has access.

In an ideal setting, the population and sampling frame are the same, but they are often different in practice. For example, a professor may be interested in understanding student sentiment about a new school policy but only has access to collect data from students in the courses she teaches.

In this case, the entire student body is the population but the students she has access to those in the courses she teaches represent the sampling frame.

The sample is the subset of the sampling frame that ultimately participates in the research e. Sampling methods are categorized as either probability or non-probability , and this section will cover the types and implementations within each.

Probability sampling can help us gain insight into the probable. Probability sampling is intended to facilitate inferences since data collected through random selection methods are more likely to be representative of the population.

It is important to understand the centrality of randomness in probability sampling. Randomization protects against subjective biases, self-validates the data, and is the key ingredient that defines the representative means of extracting information Kahneman, Sample data that are not representative of the population of interest can lend to anomalies—mere coincidences.

While non-random data can be leveraged for directionally correct insights, randomness is required to make inferences about a broader population with a reasonable degree of confidence. Let us consider an example from Kahneman in which six babies are born in sequence at a hospital.

The gender of these babies is of course random and independent; the gender of one does not influence the gender of another. Consider the three possible sequences of girls G and boys B below:. Though it may initially be counter-intuitive, since the events are independent and the outcomes B and G are approximately equally likely, any possible sequence of births is as likely as any other.

Sample size colloquially referred to as the n -count is another important factor in sampling as this can have a material influence on the representativeness of sample data—and consequently, the veracity of results and conclusions based on them.

To illustrate the effects of sample sizes, let us consider a hypothetical study in which the promotion rate in an organization is found to be lowest in divisions that are primarily software engineers, low diversity, small, and geographically dispersed. Which of these characteristics might offer an explanation?

Let us assume that this study also found that the divisions with highest promotion rates have identical characteristics: software engineers, low diversity, small, and geographically dispersed.

The key piece of information here is that the divisions are small. Small samples yield extreme results more often than large samples. Small samples neither cause nor prevent outcomes; they merely allow the incidence of the outcome to be much higher or much lower than it is in the larger population Kahneman, Simple random sampling is a method in which each member of the population has the same probability of being selected for a sample.

An example of simple random sampling is randomly selecting a specified number or percent of employees from the workforce to participate in a survey without regard for tenure, department, level, or other characteristics.

We can use the sample function in R to randomly select from a vector of elements:. If we draw multiple names from a hat without replacement, we will not put names back into the hat once they are drawn; each has a chance of being selected only once.

Stratified random sampling is a sampling method in which the population is first divided into strata. Then, a simple random sample is taken from each stratum —a homogeneous subset of the population with similar characteristics with regard to the variable of interest.

The combined results constitute the sample. To ensure samples do not comprise a larger proportion of employees from a particular department, education level, tenure band, generational cohort, or other variable deemed useful in explaining differences in response scores, researchers can randomly select members for each stratum based on the proportion in the respective stratum in the larger population.

Cluster sampling is a sampling method often used in market research in which the population is first divided into clusters. Then, a simple random sample of clusters is taken. All the members of the selected clusters together constitute the sample. Unlike stratified random sampling, it is the clusters that are selected at random—not the individuals.

It is assumed that each cluster by itself is representative of the population i. Employees may be partitioned into clusters based only on their geographic region, for example. Since there is not further partitioning on other variables, each cluster is expected to be heterogeneous on the basis of variables other than geographic region—unless geography is related to other variables e.

By selecting a random set of clusters, the combination of employees across the selected clusters is expected to be representative of the population. Systematic sampling involves selecting sample members from a population according to a random starting point and a fixed, periodic interval known as a sampling interval.

The sampling interval is computed by taking the population size and dividing it by the desired sample size.

The resulting number is the interval at which population members are selected for the sample. For example, if there are 10, employees and our desired sample size is , the sampling interval is Therefore, we would select every 20th employee for our sample.

It is important that the sequence does not represent a standardized pattern that would bias the data; this process needs to be random. For example, if the employee id generated by the HCM system increases with time, we would expect employees with longer tenure to have lower employee ids while new joiners would have higher employee ids.

Ordering employees by employee id prior to selection could bias the sample on the basis of variables related to tenure e.

Let us walk through the step-by-step process for implementing the systematic sampling procedure in R:. Non-probability sampling can help us gain insight into the possible.

The main difference between non-probability and probability sampling is that non-probability sampling does not involve random selection and probability sampling does.

Therefore, we cannot make inferences based on data collected through non-probability sampling methods since the sample is unlikely to be representative of the population.

Convenience sampling is the most common type of nonprobabilistic sampling. This sampling method involves taking samples that are conveniently located around a specific location physical or virtual. If we were to study employee sentiment about new benefit plans by polling employees walking through the lobby of a particular office building one morning, this would represent convenience sampling.

Aside from the risk of employees sharing socially desirable responses in such a setting and invalidating the results, a major shortcoming of this approach is that we are only capturing the sentiment of those who happen to walk into one particular building during one limited window of time.

This would not capture the sentiment of those working remotely, working in another office location, on PTO, taking a sick day, attending an offsite conference or meeting, or stuck in traffic and running late. Quota sampling is a nonprobabilistic sampling method in which researchers assign quotas to a group of people to create subgroups of individuals that reflect the characteristics of the population.

This is nonprobabilistic since researchers choose the sample rather than randomly selecting it. If the characteristics of the employee population are known, the researcher polling employees in the office lobby about benefit plans could collect some additional information e.

The main goal of purposive sampling is to construct a sample by focusing on characteristics of a population that are of interest to the researcher. Purposive sampling is often used in qualitative or mixed methods research contexts in which a smaller sample is sufficient.

Since it is a nonprobabilistic sampling method, purposive sampling is highly prone to researcher bias. For example, the People Team may be interested in understanding what is top-of-mind for employees in order to design a survey with relevant items.

The team may choose people to participate in focus groups to surface qualitative themes—not for the purpose of generalizing findings but to guide survey item selection efforts. Sampling and nonsampling errors are general categorizations of biases and error in research Albright and Winston, It is important to understand these and proactively mitigate the risks they present to research integrity.

Sampling error is the inevitable result of basing inferences on a random sample rather than the entire population. The two main contributors to sampling error are the size of the sample and variation in the underlying population.

The risk of sampling error decreases as the sample size approaches the population size; however, it is usually not feasible to gain information from the entire population, so sampling error is generally a concern. Selection bias is the bias introduced by a non-random method of selecting data for analysis, which can systematically skew results in a particular direction.

Selection bias may result in observed relationships or differences that are not due to true relationships or differences in the underlying populations, but to the way in which participants or data were selected for the research.

A type of selection bias that is especially important to consider in people analytics is survival bias. In people analytics, survival bias is the logical error of focusing only on people who made it past some selection process while overlooking those who did not. For example, to gain an accurate understanding of the number of employees who survive to each tenure milestone e.

We may find a significant drop in the percent of active employees who survive from 3 to 4 years, for example, but without information on inactive employees we do not know if this is a function of hiring i. The work of a mathematician named Abraham Wald during World War II is a classic example of survival bias.

Wald was a member of the Statistical Research Group SRG at Columbia University that examined damage to returning aircraft Wald, Rather than focusing on the areas with damage, Wald recommended a different way of looking at the data, suggesting that the reason certain parts of planes were not covered in bullet holes was because planes that were shot in these areas did not return.

In other words, locations with bullet holes represented locations that could sustain damage and still return home. This insight led to armor being reinforced in areas with no bullet holes Fig. Hypothetical data for damaged portions of returning WWII planes.

Image courtesy of Cameron Moll Missing data can sometimes be more valuable than the data we have, and it is critical to promote a representative data generative process to prevent biased selection and results. There are many types of nonsampling error that can invalidate results beyond the sampling procedure, and we will focus on several that are particularly germane to people analytics: nonresponse bias , nontruthful responses , measurement error , and voluntary response bias.

As discussed in the context of sampling error, we usually do not have access to information on entire populations of interest, so we must consider the possibility that those for whom we are missing data may have common qualities, perceptions, or opinions that differ from those for whom we do have data.

This is known as nonresponse bias. Surveys are a staple in the set of data sources leveraged for people analytics. While survey data provide unique attitudinal and perceptive signals that can help explain future behavior and events, surveys tend to be far more susceptible to nonsampling error than other data sources.

It is possible that nonrespondents represent highly disengaged employees, in which case their responses may have materially influenced results and conclusions in an unfavorable direction.

It is also possible that nonrespondents did not participate because they were busy, away on vacation, cynical to the confidentiality language in the communications, or any number of other reasons which may or may not have resulted in significantly different feedback relative to respondents.

As an aside, nonrespondents can actually function as an important variable in analyses. Nonresponse bias is not limited to surveys.

For example, self-reported demographics such as gender and ethnicity may not be disclosed by all employees in the HCM system. This can bias segmentations based on these categorical dimensions. While there are strategies to address this, such as visual ID or applying models trained to infer missing values which may be necessary to fulfill EEOC reporting requirements , there may still be error in the imputed values.

While high response rates may reduce nonresponse bias, this is not always something to celebrate. Organizations that incentivize participation in surveys often do so at the risk of people responding in socially desirable ways and providing nontruthful responses to achieve some defined target.

If an employee has an unhealthy relationship with his manager and does not trust that managers will not have access to individual-level responses, the employee may decide to indicate on the survey that everything is highly favorable to help the team win the month of casual days leadership promised.

This can skew and invalidate results. Measurement error relates to errors stemming from confusing questions, survey fatigue, and low-quality scales used to measure multidimensional psychological constructs. The field of psychometrics is a vast scientific discipline concerned with the development of assessment tools, measurement instruments, and formalized models to understand latent psychological constructs such as engagement, belonging, purpose, and wellbeing using observable indicators.

The measurement method can affect observed data either by changing the underlying construct of interest or by distorting the measurement process without impacting the construct itself Spector, Common method variance CMV , also known as monomethod bias , relates to a widely held belief that relationships between variables measured using the same method are inflated.

The idea that the measurement method itself introduces a degree of variance in measures has been cited in the organizational literature for decades, and it is raised almost exclusively when cross-sectional, self-reported surveys are utilized.

Though controversial, there is generally a consensus that where it is possible to do so, it is preferable to leverage multiple measurement methods. My doctoral dissertation research explored how implicit voice theories, which are deep-seated beliefs about the risks involved in speaking up to those higher in the organizational hierarchy e.

Since the individual contributors are best placed to provide information on the implicit beliefs they maintain, the IV was measured using cross-sectional self-reports. At the same time, I surveyed the immediate supervisor for each individual contributor and asked them to rate each of their direct reports using a leader-directed voice scale; these supervisor-reports of leader-directed voice were used as the DV in this study.

To investigate CMV, which was a tangential interest to the primary research objective, I also included the leader-directed voice scale using self-reported language on the survey administered to individual contributors.

Interestingly, there was support for almost none of the hypothesized relationships when supervisor-reported voice was positioned as the DV, though most were supported when self-reported voice was substituted as the DV in post-hoc analyses.

Given the prevalence of monomethod self-reports in the social sciences, the influence of CMV is an important consideration. While an exhaustive treatment of psychometrics is beyond the scope of this book, reliability and validity are two broad sets of methods designed to increase the robustness of psychological instrumentation which will be reviewed in this section.

It may be helpful to consider a weight scale to understand differences between reliability and validity.

If a lb. person steps onto a weight scale and receives a reading of lbs. less than the reading. If the person steps onto the scale a second time moments later and receives a reading of pounds, the scale is not reliable either inconsistent measurements. Figure 3 visually depicts differences between reliability and validity.

As researchers, it is critical to measure what we intend to measure validity and do it with consistency reliability. Survey items with poor psychometric properties can lend to invalid conclusions due to measurement error.

Even slight adjustments to validated instrumentation—such as changing the number of scale anchors e. Reliability describes the quality of measurement i. Types of reliability include:. Parallel-Forms Reliability : the consistency of the results of two tests constructed in the same way from the same content domain.

Validity describes how well a concept was translated into a functioning and operating reality operationalization. There are four main types of validity: a face validity , b content validity , c construct validity , and d criterion-related validity. Face validity is an assessment of how valid a measure appears on the surface.

In other words, face validity represents whether the measurement approach on its face is a good translation of the construct.

This is the least scientific method of validity and should never be accepted on its own merits. Content validity is a somewhat subjective assessment of whether a measure covers the full content domain. For example, a panel of experts may gather to discuss the various dimensions of a theoretical construct.

The psychometrician may then use this information to develop survey items that tap these dimensions to achieve a comprehensive measure of the construct. In social science, constructs are often measured using a collection of related indicators that together, cover the various dimensions of the theoretical idea.

Constructs may manifest in a set of behaviors, which provide evidence for their existence. Construct validity represents the degree to which a collection of indicators and behaviors—the operationalization of the concept—truly represents theoretical constructs.

Psychological safety, a belief that a context is safe for interpersonal risk-taking Edmondson, , has no direct measure. However, there are indicators and behaviors that are helpful in understanding the extent to which an environment is psychologically safe. We may ask employees whether they are able to bring up problems to decision makers or whether it is safe to take risks on their team.

Based on the theoretical conception of psychological safety, these would be helpful though not collectively exhaustive indicators of the construct in an organizational setting.

Convergent validity : the degree to which the operationalization is similar to converges on other operationalizations to which it theoretically should be similar. Discriminant validity : the degree to which the operationalization is not similar to diverges from other operationalizations to which it theoretically should not be similar.

The nomological network is an idea developed by Cronbach and Meehl to represent the constructs of interest, their observable manifestations, as well as the interrelationships among them.

If psychological safety theory suggests the construct should be positively associated with leader openness and negatively related to employee withholding silence , we can use validated measures of openness and withholding to test for these theoretical relationships with psychological safety and substantiate construct validity.

Criterion-related validity , sometimes referred to as instrumental validity , describes how well scores from one measure are adequate estimates of performance on an outcome measure or criterion.

If psychological safety should positively influence employee voice, there would be support for predictive validity if we find that employees who report more favorable perceptions of psychological safety are more willing to speak up.

For detailed instruction on the survey scale development process, see DeVellis What is the sample and what is the population in this case?

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In addition to this, when running large sampling campaigns across multiple stores, conversion rate helps identify which locations were most successful, which, in turn, cues further investigation.

Applicable when: Running a promotion alongside sampling. Keeping track of how many promotions are redeemed and in what areas helps marketers develop customer and location profiles which can be used to identify missteps and improve future campaigns, similar to conversion rate.

In addition, for a promotion-centric campaign, promotions redeemed can be interchanged with sales for metrics like conversion rate and sales acquisition cost to gain deeper insight into the value of the promotion.

Applicable when: Interaction time and staff numbers permit. The primary problem with collecting this data is that it requires a greater time commitment from both staff and consumers which may not be feasible for everyone. The primary difference between this and the other metrics mentioned is that consumer feedback can be qualitative or quantitative.

Whilst both have their merits, I recommend a balanced mix; quantitative questions give objective, structured responses which are useful when reporting; whilst qualitative questions give consumers the chance to answer freely, generating insights and suggestions which would never surface from a structured question.

It is vital to remember, whilst metrics are interchangeable depending on the campaign, the process remains the same, and learning is by far the most important link in the chain.

The idea of a campaign as a single entity is finished, with a wealth of insights and tools available to the modern marketer, you must do everything in your power to stay ahead of the curve, to say learning from your previous experiences plays a part in this is a colossal understatement.

In what has become a game of inches, data generated through your own campaigns is very much the low hanging fruit, being both free and exclusive. By now you should have a solid understanding of which metrics best represent the results of a sampling campaign, as well as, a decent grasp of how stats can be chopped and changed within metrics to represent results using the same format.

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There is no way to guarantee statistically significant differences at the outset of a study — and that is a good thing. Even with a sample size of a million, there simply may not be any differences — at least, any that could be described as statistically significant.

And there are times when a lack of significance is positive. Imagine if your main competitor ran a multi-million dollar ad campaign in a major city and a huge pre-post study to detect campaign effects, only to discover that there were no statistically significant differences in brand awareness.

This may be terrible news for your competitor, but it would be great news for you. As you determine your sample size, you should consider the real-world constraints to your research. Factors revolving around timings, budget and target population are among the most common constraints, impacting virtually every study.

But by understanding and acknowledging them, you can definitely navigate the practical constraints of your research when pulling together your sample.

Gathering a larger sample size naturally requires more time. This is particularly true for elusive audiences, those hard-to-reach groups that require special effort to engage. Your timeline could become an obstacle if it is particularly tight, causing you to rethink your sample size to meet your deadline.

Every sample, whether large or small, inexpensive or costly, signifies a portion of your budget. Samples could be like an open market; some are inexpensive, others are pricey, but all have a price tag attached to them.

These factors can limit your sample size even further. A good sample size really depends on the context and goals of the research.

In general, a good sample size is one that accurately represents the population and allows for reliable statistical analysis. Larger sample sizes are typically better because they reduce the likelihood of sampling errors and provide a more accurate representation of the population.

However, larger sample sizes often increase the impact of practical considerations, like time, budget and the availability of your audience. Ultimately, you should be aiming for a sample size that provides a balance between statistical validity and practical feasibility.

Choosing the right sample size is an intricate balancing act, but following these four tips can take away a lot of the complexity.

The foundation of your research is a clearly defined goal. If your aim is to get a broad overview of a topic, a larger, more diverse sample may be appropriate. However, if your goal is to explore a niche aspect of your subject, a smaller, more targeted sample might serve you better.

You should always align your sample size with the objectives of your research. Research is a journey into the unknown. A larger sample size can help to mitigate some of the risks of unpredictability, providing a more diverse range of data and potentially more accurate results.

Every research project operates within certain boundaries — commonly budget, timeline and the nature of the sample itself.

When deciding on your sample size, these factors need to be taken into consideration. Be realistic about what you can achieve with your available resources and time, and always tailor your sample size to fit your constraints — not the other way around.

There are many established guidelines and formulas that can help you in determining the right sample size. The easiest way to define your sample size is using a sample size calculator , or you can use a manual sample size calculation if you want to test your math skills.

If your population is small, or its variance is unknown, there are steps you can still take to determine the right sample size. Common approaches here include conducting a small pilot study to gain initial estimates of the population variance, and taking a conservative approach by assuming a larger variance to ensure a more representative sample size.

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In general, to measure the success of a product Sampling Program Measurement campaign, Measuremenr need to keep track of Cleaning supply trial and sample offers samplers and Measuremnt the communication channels open. There is a Measuremnt under Clause Protram. This Discounted Gravy Deals Free tea promotions proportionate Measurrement sample; it can Free tea promotions disproportionate Measuremen a Online deal alerts stratum has operational difficulties in sampling or if Pgogram particular stratum is more of a priority. Simple Random Sampling Simple random sampling is a method in which each member of the population has the same probability of being selected for a sample. The risk of sampling error decreases as the sample size approaches the population size; however, it is usually not feasible to gain information from the entire population, so sampling error is generally a concern. To ensure samples do not comprise a larger proportion of employees from a particular department, education level, tenure band, generational cohort, or other variable deemed useful in explaining differences in response scores, researchers can randomly select members for each stratum based on the proportion in the respective stratum in the larger population. cookielawinfo-checkbox-performance 11 months This cookie is set by GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. Alternatively, there may be a protocol for the sampling process that is adopted by all the interested parties and that will support the resultant outcomes of the sampling. By contrast, an exogenous variable is an independent variable on which other variables in the model have no direct or systematic impact. The primary concerns would be to determine the size of the sample and the characteristics to be sampled. All variables other than the independent variable and dependent variable in a particular analysis are referred to as extraneous variables. If the target area for evidence gathering is small enough and there are sufficient resources, then everything can be examined for evidence. It is important to understand these and proactively mitigate the risks they present to research integrity. This manual explores the challenges of sampling for program impact evaluations—how to obtain a sample that is reliable for estimating impact of a program and Represent the full variety of measured entities (e.g., large and small hospitals). · Include adequate numbers of observations to support This chapter surveys variable types and measurement scales as well as probability and non-probability sampling methods This manual explores the challenges of sampling for program impact evaluations—how to obtain a sample that is reliable for estimating impact of a program and If your goal is to gain new customers in your product sampling campaign, you can measure how many new customers you gained. Customer acquisition The most basic type of a probability sample is the simple random sample. A simple random sample as a sample in which each member of the population has an equal Sampling Program Measurement
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