Dreamforce 2019 Decisions Made Easy with Salesforce app Prioritization Helper
Dreamforce 2019 sponsors are (or should be) in the middle of planning their engagement strategy: from utilizing six hours of meeting room time (Explorer: Insight Seekers), to the booth monitor and graphics (Navigator: Awareness Creators), to three Thought Leadership sessions (Groundbreaker: Engagement Generators). Getting the most out of Dreamforce sponsorship packages requires many decisions that often involve team collaboration such as input from previous event attendees, current event attendees, and stakeholders – trust us, we would know, having attended Dreamforce frequently – and this is on top of the general stress of planning event logistics.
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We used Prioritization Helper, one of our newer Salesforce apps for complex decision-making, to evaluate booth themes and freebies for our Dreamforce 2018 sponsorship. Simplify Dreamforce planning and decisions with a 14-day free trial of Prioritization Helper today.
Theme 1 and Theme 2: Picking a Dreamforce booth theme
Our Dreamforce team (“Dream Team”) gave all employees an opportunity to contribute towards the theme and freebie since we’re a small business and diverse workplace, and the sponsorship was company-focused.
Similar to ballots sans the write-in, Prioritization Helper limits participation with predetermined evaluations, helping to avoid deadlocks and conflict. The Dream Team wasn’t looking for an open forum to brainstorm; they’ve already done that and had their choices narrowed down.
Unlike ballots, these evaluations take a two-step mathematical approach – no filling in circles and tallying vote here – to provide more reliable results. Participants compare influencing factors (“criteria”) to each other, like originality and brand-appropriateness, then compare the possible choices (“alternatives”) to each criterion. Their outcome isn’t produced by direct preference or subjectivity but calculated automatically from the pairwise comparisons.
Theme 2 was significantly preferred over Theme 1, so that’s what the Dream Team ultimately went with.
Give it away: Picking a Dreamforce freebie item
For the freebie, the Team initially favored the webcam covers and stress balls – the perfect opportunity for a Prioritization Helper evaluation.
Outcome: The two preferred choices (pens and webcam covers) didn’t have a significant gap as the theme choices, a differential less than 2.5%. Although Dream Team favorite webcam covers ranked high, they ultimately went with the majority: the pens.
However, going with the freebie leader proved less successful than the theme leader: attendees showed low-to-no interest in the item, even when offered, and a large quantity went untaken.
Result details: Reviewing the individual results of the Dream Team, the most top-ranked choice was, in fact, webcam covers whereas the last-ranked was stress balls. The Team’s evaluations, disproving one bias and supporting the other, conclusively aligned with the overall outcome; that is, universally, webcam covers were greatly preferred and stress balls were least preferred.
Conclusion: Prioritization Helper provided objective data that could’ve been seen as influential rather than absolute and, with such a narrow differential, the Dream Team could’ve understandably decided on the webcam covers instead.
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