At the end of a project, the Challenge Owner is required to generate a final report.
At the beginning of this section, we show him how to use the results of the report and how to embed the data in a story. In this way, we want to help the Challenge Owner present both his project and the results in a convincing way.
The next step is to determine how the report should be structured. Certain elements (such as the listing of challenge participants) can be added or removed. Others (e.g. the cover sheet or our disclaimer) are fixed and therefore part of every report.
The challenge owner can also determine how many of the top ideas should be presented in the report. From our point of view, it makes little sense to list and print out 500 ideas (if only for environmental reasons). By focussing on the top 10 – 30% of the results, you can be sure that the quality of the report’s findings will not be diluted.
In addition, we offer the Challenge Owner the opportunity to weigh the criteria used in the evaluation process and thus create different reports with different strategic focuses – and then compare the results.
So when it comes to realizing quick wins, the feasibility of the submitted ideas is important – perhaps more important than their wow effect. But when it comes to surprising your customers with new offerings, this effect may be the one you want.
Very important: The sum of the 3 evaluation criteria must always add up to 100%!
The report can then be generated. This step should only take a few seconds.
Of course you have the possibility to download the final report as PDF. In addition, Evulu also generates a link through which you can share the results with selected people directly via our platform. However, we would like to stress that such a step must be well considered. Evulu assumes no liability for the selection and handling of the results.