SCS

Same Choice Score – a percentage value to indicate what percentage of the choices made on two separate topics were the same. An SCS greater than 50% indicates that the topics were perceived as being similar. An SCS less than 50% indicates that the topics were perceived as being dissimilar. The further an SCS is from 50%, the stronger the perception of similarity or dissimilarity. Same Choice Scores for working topics compared with anchor topics “prefer” and “myself” provide measures of attitude and identification with the working topics. The SCSs of carefully chosen working topics can provide information such as:

  • hopefulness/optimism (e.g., working topics: “the organization as it is” and “the organization, the best it could be”)
  • the “best” choice (e.g., working topics: “Plan A” and “Plan B” and “An Ideal Plan”)
  • organization culture health (e.g., working topics: “the organization as it is” and “the employees” and “management”)
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